Summer Film Night

AIA-Honolulu Summer Film Night
I.M. Pei:  Building China Modern

With I.M. Pei’s recent passing, AIA-Honolulu and the Friends of the East-West Center pay tribute to this renowned architect with a screening of “I.M. Pei:  Building China Modern“; a documentary chronicling Pei’s design of a museum in his ancestral home of Suzhou, China.  A panel discussion will follow covering Pei, local modernist architecture, and his one project in Hawai`i:  the East-West Center at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa campus

What:               American Institute of Architects (AIA)-Honolulu Summer Film Night

Film:                I.M. Pei:  Building China Modern

When:              Thursday, August 22, 2019

Where:             AIA-Honolulu Center for Architecture
Oceanit Center Building
828 Fort Street Mall, Suite 100 (@ Queen St.)

Parking:          Oceanit Garage 

                        $2.00 flat rate after 4 PM. Limited to only 12 visitor stalls

                        Cars must be out of the garage by 9 PM

                        Payment for parking is by credit card only at the kiosks located next to the stairs

                       Harbor Court

                       $0.50 per half hour up to a maximum of $3.00 after 5 PM

                       The garage is open until midnight

                       Click on the link to view more parking options:

                        Biki bike station located directly in front of the AIA-Honolulu Center for Architecture

Admission:       Free to the public, with suggested donation to the AIA-Honolulu at the door


                        Online registration on AIA-Honolulu website requested for head count purposes

 Panelists:        William Chapman, Interim Dean, UH-School of Architecture

                        Tonia Moy, AIA, Vice President, Fung & Associates

                        W.H. Raymond Yeh, Former Dean, UH-School of Architecture