VAC announces virtual classroom offerings

  • Kumu Hula Ryan McCormack giving a Cultural Tour of the Niaulani Rain Forest. (Video still courtesy Jesse Tunison of Toxikc Colour Visuals)

  • Wesley Awana provides free ukulele instruction in VAC’s new virtual classroom. (Video still courtesy Jesse Tunison of Toxikc Colour Visuals)

The Volcano Art Center is proud to announce the release of more than 90 new online videos in a virtual classroom.

In an effort to host the diverse programs and events that VAC is so well known for, the new streaming site is viewable at VAC’s website has always provided direct access to visual art exhibits, artists and their fine art works and a robust calendar of events.

The diverse online offerings, many of which typically occur weekly or monthly at VAC, provide varying levels of engagement for participants.

Included are topics such as how to make a ti leaf lei, learning a hula, a guided tour through the Niaulani forest or adjacent outdoor sculpture garden or musical performances by Kainani Kahauaele or Randy Lorenzo. Those wishing to create art or simply be inspired, take a yoga class or learn something new are welcome to visit the virtual classroom.

Many videos are free however donations are accepted while some are available with registration for a small charge. Please visit to participate today and to binge on art, culture and nature.


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