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Honouliuli and Its Unique Features


Ulukoa Duhaylonsod of Honokai Hale, Honouliuli shared an archeologist’s perspective on what makes the ahupua‘a of Honouliuli special. Special emphasis was made on discussing Pu‘uokapolei and the sink hole environment of Kalaeloa. Instructor: Ulukoa

Honouliuli and Its Unique Features2021-01-04T18:32:58+00:00

Chiefs of O‘ahu


Ulukoa Duhaylonsod of Honokai Hale, Honouliuli is an archaeologist, ethnographer, kumu hula and advocate for indigenous and social justice. In this workshop, Ulukoa discussed the leadership of O‘ahu chiefs Ma‘ilikukahi and Kakuhihewa. He also

Chiefs of O‘ahu2020-12-18T07:00:28+00:00

Audio Engineering Workshop


This workshop was held for experienced as well as aspiring sound engineers. Participants learned the fundamental skills of audio engineering as well as advanced techniques of sound mixing for live events, concerts and

Audio Engineering Workshop2021-01-04T18:12:11+00:00

Haku Mele Workshop 


This workshop explores the ‘ai ‘ōiwi, oral performance keys of Hawaiian composition. Participant analyze and discuss mele old and new. In the end, each particpant composes an original mele. Instructor, Kalani Akana, is currently a cultural specialist with the

Haku Mele Workshop 2020-12-18T05:38:29+00:00

Ohe Kāpala Workshop


Ohe kapala are bamboo stamps. The intricate designs on the stamps are used to create a repetitive pattern on kapa, bark cloth. With one stamp an artist can create hundreds of different designs. Nalu

Ohe Kāpala Workshop2020-12-18T05:36:57+00:00

Kōnane Board Making


Kōnane is traditionally played on a papa mū (stone board) with shallow holes set in rows and columns. If you don’t have a stone board, you can make one out of wood. Nalu Andrade of

Kōnane Board Making2020-12-18T05:32:18+00:00

Ni‘ihau Shell Jewelry Workshop


Kai Hyde is a patient and knowledgeable instructor that takes us through the process of making our own jewelry with momi and Kahelelani shells. Participants have made pendants, earrings, bracelets and even an

Ni‘ihau Shell Jewelry Workshop2020-12-18T05:30:21+00:00

Flower Comb Workshop


Participants learn how to wili (wrap) flowers into a comb to make a decorative hair piece. Each participant needs a comb, raffia and flowers (preferably bougainvillea). Instructor: Miki‘ala Lidstone

Flower Comb Workshop2020-12-18T05:29:15+00:00

Kaulana Mahina Workshop


Nā Kaulana Mahina (the lunar cycle) was a normal way of understanding timing in traditional Hawai‘i. Along with Ka Lā (the sun) and Na Hōkū (celestial bodies) we are constantly exposed to three time

Kaulana Mahina Workshop2020-12-18T05:23:05+00:00
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