The Public Access Room (PAR)’s sister division, the non-partisan Legislative Reference Bureau Systems Office (LRBSO), is offering a great opportunity to work at the capitol and get a broad overview of legislation being considered and moving forward. They are looking for two Assistant Legislative Researchers to start as soon as possible and work through the session (until early May). These are full-time temporary positions, salary is $3,200/month, and temporary benefits…
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We loved sharing the artwork in our office during Art at the Capitol last week! For those who couldn’t join us, here are some photos.
State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA), Art in Public Places Program.
Untitled, Richard Crawford A Concerted Effort, Robert Young A Saw, John McQueen Balancing Act Bottle, Mary Ann Leigh Boys Enjoying Recess Time – Nanakuli, Francis Haar Sight Lines/Fault Lines, Marcia Morse
Come visit the Hawaii State Capitol next Friday evening and see some very cool art! You’ll be able to wander through legislative offices and see the pieces from the State Foundation of Culture and the Arts’ (SFCA) “Art in Public Places” program. Music from the Honolulu Youth Symphony will waft through the air, and QR codes will help you locate the artwork you want to see. Stop by PAR (room…
Read more… Art at the Capitol
We’re looking forward to having the public back in the Public Access Room on Monday, 3/7!
The Public Access Room (PAR) is pleased that the Hawaii State Capitol is set to re-open to the public on Monday, March 7, 2022! As we begin to welcome visitors, we want to give you a heads-up about some of the procedures that have been put in place by building management to access the…
Read more… Capitol Re-Opens 3/7/2022
So, here’s the latest from House and Senate leadership: the Capitol will continue to be closed to the public “for the near future”. No details have been received yet — we’ve been advised leadership will be reevaluating the situation in the coming weeks.