A big mahalo to all of our sponsors, partners, and the talented designers, artists and cultural practitioners who donated their items to the auction which allowed us to host over 200 locally made and curated experiences, vacation packages, one-of-a-kind pieces of art and hand-crafted materials.
And a special thanks goes out to Mark “Devour” Visaya, featured local artist who created the piece, “Unity” specifically for this year’s event.
E Ulu A Pa‘a—highlighted the stories, people, and partners that contribute to our continued growth (ulu) and make it possible for the Museum to build a solid foundation (paʻa), as we continue to pursue our mission and serve our local and global community.
Donate and Bid
Our Auction is now closed, but our donation campaign continues through the end of September. All donations in the amount of $25 or more and receive a Bishop Museum, E Ulu A Pa‘a 2021 3”x3” sticky pad, featuring the exclusive artwork by local artist Mark “Devour” Visaya.
Delivery, Shipping & Terms
We encourage winning bidders to pick up their item(s) at Bishop Museum between Tuesday, August 31–Friday, September 5, 2021.
Shipping will be available via U.S Postal Service and will be billed to you at cost. Be sure to click on the link at the bottom of your auction receipt to schedule your item(s) pick up or shipment.
All transactions must be purchased in full. Each auction item is sold AS IS without warranty. Bishop Museum reserves the right to withdraw any item at any time before the actual sale.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL, WITH NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.
To celebrate our talented local artists, this year we have partnered with Oʻahu based artist, Mark “Devour” Visaya. Mark created the piece titled “Unity” specifically for this year’s event.
As Mark explains, “The inspiration for this piece was to convey the feeling of dedication and strength that communities express through difficult times and how by working together we can overcome any obstacle.” Check out this original piece in our auction below, item #300.
Mark is also one of the many featured local artists in the POW!WOW! The First Decade: From Hawai‘i to the World exhibition, currently on view at Bishop Museum from May 15–September 19, 2021.
simplicityHR by ALTRES
Stryker Weiner & Yokota Public Relations, Inc
First Insurance Company of Hawaii
The Queen’s Health Systems
Additional Support Provided by
Bank of Hawaii, The Gentry Companies, Lili’uokalani Trust, Morgan Stanley
Mahalo Nui Loa to the artists, cultural practitioners and local businesses who have generously donated their time and talent to help make this fundraiser possible:
AEB Global Alliance
Merriman's Restaurant Group