2017 Hawaii Chinese International Cultural Art Festival

We are celebrating the installation of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy World Federation that consist of 120+ artist around the globe that will meet at the Hawaii Convention Center (from November 18-20). A three day exhibition of 400 paintings open to the public on the 3rd floor. The start time 9 am – 10 pm.  Free Admission and register at Eventbrite

There will be live drawing session among the 120+ artist and talks in the mornings.

In the evening session 7pm – 10pm, the Chinese Arts Wushu Cultural Center presents a variety of live cultural art performances.

Ethnic Dance

  • The Cloud
  • The Sea
  • Yellow Crane Tower
  • Kiss the Motherland


  • Taichi Movements
  • Taichi Sword
  • Taichi Fan

Ethnic Songs

  • Half-moon Serenade
  • Hardwork will win Hawaii


Contact Purchase Evening Performance

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Parking at the Hawaii Convention Center

Parking in the Hawaii Convention Center parking garage is available during normal business hours and events (from one hour before until one hour after) for $10 per entry, cash or card.

Guests with Electric Vehicles that have valid EV license plates may park at the Hawaii Convention Center at no charge while attending an event at HCC. (EV charging is available.)

Additional Parking Garage Information

  • Enter the parking garage from Kalakaua Avenue
  • Accommodates up to 690 vehicles with a max vehicle height of 8’11”
  • Parking for less than 30 minutes at no charge
  • No overnight parking
  • Row A offers ADA accessible parking
  • Row F gives exhibitors optimal freight elevator access (standard-sized vehicles)
  • For oversized vehicles, dock reservations required: (808) 943-3018 or dockres@hccaeg.com

For assistance, call (808) 943-3500 or the parking hotline at (808) 943-3081.

Bicycle Parking at the Hawaii Convention Center

The Hawaii Convention Center also has bicycle racks available in the front of the building fronting Kapiolani Boulevard and Kalakaua Avenue. Attendees with bicycles may park here while attending an event at the Center.

The Hawaii Convention Center is also a Biki Stop, with 15 Biki bikes available at the front of the Center beside the existing bicycle racks.

Biki is Honolulu’s new bikeshare program, managed by Bikeshare Hawaii, a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 organization, providing an alternative method of transportation that is convenient, affordable and environmentally friendly.

Interested users can log onto gobiki.org to sign up or purchase passes before heading to a Biki Stop:

Bus Routes to the Hawaii Convention Center

Honolulu’s “The Bus” system provides convenient access to and from the Hawaii Convention Center. For information, call (808) 848-5555 or visit http://www.thebus.org.