“The Gallery with a Social Conscience”
Gallery on the Pali is located in the First Unitarian Church of Honolulu on the Pali Highway. It has the honor of being the oldest art gallery in the state of Hawaii. Established in 1963, it offers the public diverse, original, quality exhibits featuring new and established artists. This art gallery has achieved respect and recognition for artists on both the national and international level. Its continued prestige emanates from worldwide programs and political issues such as ecology, family, health, homelessness, sovereignty, women’s issues and spiritual awareness.
The Gallery on the Pali is sustained by sales, donations and volunteers. The Gallery is open weekdays from 10am to 6pm, weekends from 2pm-6pm, and Thursday evening until 8pm. There is no admission charge and parking is convenient and free.
For information, please call the Church Office at (808) 595-4047 or email Gallery@UnitariansofHI.org
Prospective Exhibitors, please view our Exhibitor Information page
At the February 2013 Opening of our "Opposites" Exhibit by Artist Lynne Boyer