Parley AIR Station Hawaiʻi

April 24, 2021 - April 25, 2022

Bishop Museum hosts Parley for the Oceans' installation, Parley AIR Station Hawaiʻi, a collaborative community hub dedicated to inspiring and empowering a new generation of ocean ambassadors.

On View

April 24, 2021 - April 25, 2022

Museum Hours

Open Every Day
9 am – 5 pm

Ages

All Ages

Location

Gallery Lawn

This concept is realized in three, key pillars of action – Avoid, Intercept, and Redesign – Parley AIR Station Hawaiʻi is an invitation to your own role in the movement for ocean solutions. The AIR Station features an innovative coral reef multi-media exhibition blending science and art.

Parley for the Oceans will be hosting programming around the installation, for times and dates, see our daily programs calendar.

Three-lined Nudibranch
Flabellina trilineata
© Susan Middleton

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This exhibition is generously supported by the John Chin Young Foundation.

Top image:
Puget Sound King Crab
Lopholithodes mandtii
© Susan Middleton