Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center
This 25-acre estate, formerly owned by the Baldwin family of Makawao, Maui, is home to the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center (usually just called the Hui.) The main building is a Mediterranean-style mansion designed in 1917 by C.W. Dickey, while the outbuildings house studios, galleries, exhibits, gifts shops, and classrooms. Exhibits include work from local artists such as Sidney Yee and Kevin Omuro's look at the lowly turnip. The Hui also runs classes on a range of topics like ancient Hawaiian art, sculpture, printmaking, clay-throwing, and jewelry-making; there are classes for children as well.