scoot | Issue 43 • December 2018

73 SCOOT IN THE PIPELINE 4 January FIRST FRIDAYATTHE HAWAI’I STATEART MUSEUM Honolulu: For 2019’s first end-of-work-week day, HiSAM’s monthly fete will indulge visitors with a free, family-friendly evening of art and music. Extended viewing hours of the museum’s galleries (they’ll be open until 9 p.m.), ‘live’ bands serenading the crowd, and a fashion show which parades local designers’ creations are just some of the many much-anticipated events on the agenda. Thank God it’s Friday, indeed! hawaiistateartmuseum PHOTOGRAPHY STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS, HIMANSHI MATTA, TAIPEI DANGDAI Oxfam Trailwalker – India’s biggest walkathon – is a zero-waste sustainable event. ‘Untitled’ by Japanese artist Kazuo Shiraga is one of the selected paintings displayed at Taipei Dangdai. Taipei Dangdai director Magnus Renfrew aims to present a vital understanding of the Asian cultural landscape on a global platform. Visit the Hawaii State Art Museum in downtown Honolulu during First Fridays to see some of the best contemporary art from across the state. January 18–20 January OXFAMINDIABENGALURU TRAILWALKER Bengaluru: Start the year off strong by conquering 100 km and 50 km scenic trails at India’s biggest walkathon. And that’s not even the best part: every penny raised by participating teams at the Oxfam India Trailwalker will be used to campaign for education and health for all, as well as fight against economic, social, and gender inequality in the six poorest Indian states. Not bad for working up a sweat, eh? 18–20 January TAIPEI DANGDAI ART & IDEAS Taipei: There’s a new international art fair that’s taking place in Taipei, and it’s not to be daunted by its bigger, more well-known exhibition counterparts. Featuring a world-class line-up of 90 galleries from around the globe, get ready for Taipei Dangdai’s inaugural edition which will showcase some of the world’s best galleries from Europe and the United States – all while placing a strong emphasis on the region’s art scene.