WEARABLE ART SHOW Apr06

WEARABLE ART SHOW

WEARABLE ART SHOW The Wearable Art Shows at 3 different venues (See Event Listing for each show) will feature cultural practitioners and artists showcasing art that native Hawaiians wear for ceremonial rituals, cultural practices and adornments. Both traditional and contemporary garments will...

WEARABLE ART SHOW Apr06

WEARABLE ART SHOW

WEARABLE ART SHOW The Wearable Art Shows at 3 different venues (See Event Listing for each show) will feature cultural practitioners and artists showcasing art that native Hawaiians wear for ceremonial rituals, cultural practices and adornments. Both traditional and contemporary garments will...

WEARABLE ART SHOW Apr06

WEARABLE ART SHOW

WEARABLE ART SHOW The Wearable Art Shows at 3 different venues (See Event Listing for each show) will feature cultural practitioners and artists showcasing art that native Hawaiians wear for ceremonial rituals, cultural practices and adornments. Both traditional and contemporary garments will...

FARM to table Apr06

FARM to table

June 1 •  Farm to Table, Waiki‘i, Waimea FUNDRAISER for PA`I and the KAHILU THEATRE Tim Bostock and Melanie Holt host Chef Mark Noguchi at their farm in Waiki‘i.  The event is a joint fundraiser for both PA‘I and Kahilu Theatre.  Chef Gooch will prepare delectable entrees gathered from the...

MAM0 at Mu`olaulani Apr05

MAM0 at Mu`olaulani

MAY 3  •  MAMo at Mu`olaulani”  Opening Reception 5:00 p.m.  |  Queen Lili`uokalani Children’s Center 1300 Hālona Street |  Kapālama, O`‘ahu  Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Share...

Native Hawaiian Arts Market Apr05

Native Hawaiian Arts...

May 24 – 25 • MAMo Native Hawaiian Arts Market,  Bishop Museum | Buy Native Hawaiian Art Co-sponsored by PA‘I and the Bishop Museum, this two-day annual Native Hawaiian Arts Market will feature over 40 Native Hawaiian visual artists, from fine arts to contemporary craftwork.  Highly...

MAMo film festival Apr05

MAMo film festival

May 3 • MAMo Film Fest, Kumu Kahua Theatre Screenings such as Family Ingredients will share the Hawaiian tradition of storytelling to present an authentic Hawaiian voice. $10 per seating; $15 per evening pass (up to 3 seatings) The seating is as follows: 5 – 6 pm: FAMILY INGREDIENTS...

FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY WALK Apr05

FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY...

May 2 • MAMo First Friday, ARTS at Marks Garage Curated by Drew Broderick, “Aloha My Name Is” is a collective exhibition by Kahiau Beamer, Clownin808, Cory Taum, Uncle Imai Kalahele, Keoni Paakaula, Sam Campos (Pineapple Man).  On display until May 29th. Share...

HA: Fourth Apr05

HA: Fourth

April 4 – 25  •  Wailoa Arts & Cultural Center, HILO MAMo EXHIBIT | HA (meaning fourth) MAMo: Maoli Arts Month starts with a gallery opening at the Wailoa Arts & Cultural Center in Hilo, Hawaiʻi.  The show is entitled “Hā”, meaning “fourth” because it is the fourth year that the...

MAM0 AWARDS 2014 Apr05

MAM0 AWARDS 2014

              HE KUMU KUKUI MAMo AWARDEES for 2014 Public Reception & Awards Ceremony May 1, 2014  • 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Hawaiian Hall Atrium & Courtyard, Bishop Museum He Kumu Kukui, honors the artistic and educational contributions of four...

SALT WADA Apr04

SALT WADA

art exhibit:  SALT WADA Koa Gallery, Kapi’olani Community College May 19-June 14, 2014 Tues-Friday 10am-2pm, Saturday 9am-2pm Featruing Native Hawaiian Artists: Kauka de Silva, April A.H. Drexel, Maile Andrade, Chuck Kawai’olu Souza, Kapulani Landgraf, Herman Pi’ikea Clark,...

3Rs Mar28

3Rs

art exhibit: 3R’s: Respect, Responsibilities & Re-righting Lama Library, Kapi’olani Community College May 19-June 10, 2014 Mon-Thurs 8am-5pm, Fri 8am-4pm Featuring Native Hawaiian Artists: Ku’i’olani Cotchay, Boboy Flores, Kapeka Forges, Makale’a Guiterrez,...