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John Young Museum Of Art

John Young Museum Of Art
2500 Dole Street

About Us :

Endowed with a starter collection of artworks, The John Young Museum of Art opened in the renovated, historic Krauss Hall on the University of Hawai'i at Manoa campus on February 24, 1999.

The purpose of the Museum is to enhance the knowledge and appreciation of art, and to further art education at the University for the benefit of students and the community. The Museum is also a space for research conducted by art historians, archaeologists, and other scholars.

Greeting the visitor at the entry of the Museum is a 1976 portrait of John Young by the eminent contemporary artist and Stanford University professor Nathan Oliveira. Emeritus professor Thomas Klobe of the Art Department, UHM College of Arts and Humanities, designed the original installation for the museum gallery.

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