Changing Gallery & Theatre : MG (Ret) Herbert E. Wolff and the 33rd
Anniversary of the U. S. Army Museum of Hawaii
The Changing Gallery features temporary exhibits that often coincide with
the anniversaries of significant events in US Army History.
A small theater in the Changing Gallery offers a 15-minute
film every half hour about the Army in Hawaii and the Pacific area, the military history of Hawaii, and the contributions
made by Hawaii's
citizens to the nation's defense. Hawaii's senior senator, Daniel K. Inouye, is the narrator.
The Changing Gallery's first special
exhibit in 1990 was entitled, "Soldier Artists of the Pacific War, 1941-1945" and featured original works of art on canvas.
Subsequent exhibits included the 50th Anniversary Exhibit on the Pearl Harbor Attack, the 50th Anniversary of the activation of the 100th
Infantry Battalion, 442d RCT, the 50th
Anniversary of the Liberation of Guam, and the 50th Anniversary of VJ day and the last remaining year
"100th Anniversary of Battery Randolph at Ft. DeRussy"
The current exhibit celebrates the 100th anniversary of Battery Randolph at Ft. DeRussy. The story of the construction of Battery Randolph is told through pictures and storyboards from 1911 through the present day. Open to the public.
Original text for the exhibit pages was provided
by Barbara Mills.