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Capitol Modern - Action Alert And Upcoming Art Community Hearings February 14 And 15, 2024 - Stay Connected
FEBRUARY 12, 2024
Testimony due by Tuesday February 13, 10:30 a.m.
Hearing is on Wednesday, February 14, 10:30 a.m.
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Upcoming hearings scheduled for Wednesday February 14, 2024, 10:30 a.m. Conference Room 309 and via video conference. This meeting will be live streamed on YouTube. Submit testimony online at capitol.hawaii.gov.
• HB 1807 Relating to the Works of Art Special Fund.
◦ Repeals capital improvement appropriations for renovations of state buildings as a source of funds for the works of art special fund.
◦ This would cut over 50% of the Art in Public Places Program revenue.
◦ Reducing the funding would have adverse effects on the arts programs the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA) supports, events, artists engaged in school activities, artwork purchases, museum operations, and more.
• HB 1939 Relating to the Arts. Appropriates funds to the SFCA to support arts and healing programs in Maui recovery efforts.
• HB 1940 Making an Appropriation to the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Appropriates funds out of the works of art special fund to the SFCA for the integration of works of art projects into several major capital improvement projects. This would further the SFCA’s mission to collectively promote diverse, equitable, and high-quality arts education in Hawaiʻi.
• Hearing notice: www.capitol.hawaii.gov/sessions/Session2024/hearingnotices/HEARING_CAI_02-14-24_.PDF
Testimony due Wednesday February 14, 3:00 p.m.
Hearing is on Thursday, February 15, 2024, 3:00 p.m.
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Upcoming hearings scheduled for Thursday, February 15, 2024, 3:00 p.m., Conference Room 224 and via video conference. This meeting will be live streamed on the Hawaiʻi State Senate YouTube channel. The House of Representatives strongly recommends that testimony and requests to testify remotely be submitted at least 24 hours prior to the start of the hearing. Submit testimony online at capitol.hawaii.gov.
• SB 1119 Relating to the Works of Art Special Fund. Appropriates funds for the purpose of engaging the community and developing plans for a future memorial, monument, or other appropriate means to properly honor and respectfully recognize the memory of those who lost their lives or were impacted by the August 2023 Maui wildfires. Copies of the proposed SD 1 are available from the Senate Document Center and on the Legislature’s website.
• SB 2710 Relating to Culture and Arts. Establishes the Hawaii Leadership Awards Program to honor individuals who have made considerable and outstanding contributions to Hawaii and serve as an inspiration to others.
• SB 3281 Relating to Culture and the Arts. Requires that the State of Hawaii Museum of Natural and Cultural History [Bishop Museum] and the State of Hawaii Museum of Monarchy History [ʻIolani Palace] boards of directors include two ex officio, voting members, to be selected from certain state agencies. Requires the State of Hawaii Museum of Natural and Cultural History to submit an annual report to the Legislature. Establishes standards and conditions that the State of Hawaii Museum of Natural and Cultural History must meet to receive state funds.
• Hearing notice: https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=119&year=2024
• View the hearings online: the hearings are scheduled for Wednesday, February 14, 10:30 a.m. and will be streamed live on the Hawaiʻi State House of Representatives YouTube channel. A recording of the hearing will be available after the hearing.
• The Legislative Reference Bureau’s Public Access Room is a free, nonpartisan resource that can help you learn how to submit testimony and provides tips on how to effectively engage with the legislative process: Public Access Room Engagement 101.
• Hawaiʻi State Legislature – create a free account to submit testimony, track legislation: capitol.hawaii.gov/account.
• Hawaiʻi State Public Library - provides computers with internet access so you can view live and on-demand video of hearings and floor sessions; WiFi access, available inside and outside all public library branches; assistance in connecting to a hearing; and resources to research policies. Learn more at LibrariesHawaii.org (search for participate in the legislative process).
• Hawaiʻi Arts Alliance (HAA) - nonprofit arts advocacy organization: HawaiiArtsAlliance.org. HAA posts action alerts on their social media and email newsletter.
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