§9-4 Student art work. The foundation, in consultation with the department of education, the University of Hawaii, private schools, and community art groups, shall establish a program for the recognition and display of student art work. Student art work shall mean any work of art made by any student attending any elementary, intermediate, high school, college, or university in the State.
Recognition shall be through the sponsoring of student art exhibits and the granting of scholarships, monetary awards, or certificates to the student whose art work is being recognized. Any funds appropriated to the foundation may be used for the recognition of student art work. Student art work recognized under this section may be acquired for the purpose of temporary or permanent display in state buildings and public facilities pursuant to section 103-8.5. [L 1977, c 112, pt of §2; am L 1989, c 389, §2]