We now live in a massively online world. Mobile is king, and 'community' is more electronic than ever. Brick & mortar stores are struggling while Amazon dominates. The art industry is no exception.
Don't fall behind, the online art trend is an interactive community of artists, collectors and enthusiasts, with education and business happening at lightning speed. Today's art collectors recognize this, and connect with trending artists before art ever reaches a gallery or store.
Popular artists. New art. Special promotions. Local art news. Community shows and events. Are you IN, or are you OUT?
The mission of 808Arts.com is to support the Visual Fine Arts community of Hawaii, by bringing world-wide attention to Hawaii artists and their artwork. Our focus specifically includes paintings, fine art photography, digital art, drawings, printmaking and sculpture. We help art be used as a medium for the creative expression and vision of artist ideas, and our Mission achieves progress helping artists of Hawaii when these artists achieve sustainable business success and positive market visibility.
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During the ongoing COVID-19 virus challenges, we are focusing on immediate and results-oriented support for Hawaii artists. With many retail stores and art galleries closed or seeing dismal traffic, online sales are the only viable opportunity to maintain or grow business. 808Arts.com promotes artists, and reaches world-wide customers looking to buy Hawaii art and connect with Hawaii artists.
What should Artists do right now to help support their own programs? Join 808Arts.com and continue marketing your brand as much as possible through social media, Live Streaming, email and more. We are always expanding the Artist Directory, and strongly encourage artists to contact us at [email protected] to add or update your listing.
Free, family-friendly evening of art and music at HiSAM! All museum galleries will be open. Ground floor, second floor, and outdoor Sculpture Garden of the No 1. Capitol District building.Find out more »
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