Maoli Arts Month: Celebrating Native Hawaiian Artists

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The Native Hawaiian arts community is growing in strength and diversity, as exemplified in Maoli Arts month celebrations over the last several years.  Now, in its eight year, Maoli arts month, or MAMo, is looking to the future.

Maile Andrade's "Ka Huli", wall installation with lauhala baskets

Maile Andrade’s show, 'Ike Loloa: A Long Insightful Journey, continues through October 7, 2013

The Native Hawaiian Arts Market takes place under festive tents on the Museum’s Great Lawn.  Thirty to forty artists from Hawai’i island, Kaua’i, O’ahu, and perhaps even Ni’ihau, will be there with their creations.  Enjoy food, fashion, music, and hands on activities.

Saturday and Sunday, May 25-26, 2013, Bishop Museum Native Hawaiian Arts Market at the Bishop Museum, 9 am-5 pm.

April Drexel's "For the Record", multi media installation, detail

This year’s exhibit at the ARTS at Marks Garage is entitled “A” Mini Retort, and features: Maile Andrade, Kaili Chun, Kauka de Silva, April Drexel, Noelle Kahanu, Imaikalani Kalahele, Kapulani Landgraf, Abigail Romanchak, Maika’i Tubbs, and Kunane Wooton.  The exhibition runs through June 1.

For more information on the ARTS at Marks Garage exhibit, please call the ARTS at Marks Garage at (808) 521-2903.

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