In a return to hosting live events, the MACC has consistently maintained the commitment to the well-being of our patrons, artists, and staff. The following are the current requirements (effective 3/1/22) for attending MACC outdoor and indoor events. We will continue to monitor any changes in local and state requirements and amend the policy as needed. These policies are in full compliance with current state and county COVID-related mandates.
Indoor events in Castle Theater and the McCoy Studio Theater and exhibits in the Schaefer International Gallery no longer require proof of full vaccination. However, masks must still be worn over the nose and mouth at all times through March 25. Masks are recommended but no longer required indoors as of Saturday, March 26, per Gov. Ige's end to the mask mandate.
Outdoor events in the A&B Amphitheater or Yokouchi Pavilion: patrons are not required to show proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative Antigen or PCR COVID-19 test.
The MACC offers print-at-home ticketing (or downloadable to mobile devices) for Castle Theater and McCoy Studio Theater events, so we continue to require that patrons purchase their tickets online. This also enables a touchless ticket scanning process upon entry into the venue.
Please do not attend an event or exhibit if you are experiencing any unexplained COVID-19 related symptoms as listed here on the CDC website, or if you have had recent close contact with an individual who is confirmed as having COVID-19.
We have made hand sanitizer stations available, and increased cleaning of high-touch surfaces.
For more information on the MACC's COVID policies, CLICK HERE. This information will continue to be updated as state and local safety protocols evolve.
Now that it CAN happen SAFELY on Maui, it IS happening at the MACC!
This international traveling museum exhibition brings together 17 master bamboo artists from Japan with works that display the highest level of material knowledge and skill, transformed into imaginatively crafted sculptural art.
Andrzej Kramarz from Krakow, Poland, will exhibit work that conceptually focuses on bringing a contemporary awareness to scenes marked by the memory of World War ll. Concurrently in the gallery will be an exhibition curated by Kramarz, featuring the work of photographer Stefania Gurdowa.
This invitational exhibition will feature a select group of 28 kapa practitioners from Hawai‘i and California whose work involves both traditional and nontraditional use of materials and techniques in kapa-making.