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MAMO: Maoli Arts Movement!



Credit MAMO
See the MAMO Wearable Art Show, Hawai'i Theatre, Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
Noe Tanigawa
Credit Noe Tanigawa
"Kalo Kane", acrylic on watercolor paper, by Harinani Orme

  For its tenth anniversary,  Maoli Arts month has expanded to three months and three islands.  There’s a Native Hawaiian art exhibit at Marks’ garage, and wearable art shows and markets are coming up on O‘ahu and Maui.  HPRsNoeTanigawa surveys events.

Honolulu Night Market welcomes MAMO  Saturday night, May 16th, from 6 to 11 pm in Kaka‘ako.   

For a list of vendors at Honolulu Night Market.  Note that all food vendors will also be Native Hawaiian, and the focus ingredient will be Kalo!

Find out more about MAMO events at the Pai Foundation

Visiting artists/designers from Aotearoa are Tangz de Nikau, Shona Tawhiao, Jeanine Clarkin, Matiu Barlett

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