From Hawai'i to New York and Back
Join us as we explore the works of Ann Marie Kirk and her story telling of personal accounts from Kama'aina and kanaka that have lived in harmony with the 'aina. Learn more about her non-profit Story Catcher that chronicles the mo'olelo and mana of Hawai'i.
As we Spotlight our own Aunty 'Io Cabanos and her past and present adventures that the Hotel Lexington’s famous Hawaiian Room has provided her.
Blue Crater Media: Connecting through Film and Digital story telling for over 30 years, Ann Marie’s work focuses on traveled to many places telling stories, and helping others tell their stories, about the ever-changing world we live in.
Reaching communities around the world through film, educational videos, talk story, and articles Ann Marie has honed her craft to share the mo’olelo of Hawai’i through the experiences of the kanaka and kama’aina who have lived the experiences, and the voices that speak through the ‘aina. https://www.bluecratermedia.com/
Story Catcher: Story Catcher is a 501 (c)3 non-profit dedicated to Capture the Culture, History and Stories of Hawaiʻiʻs People though Digital Technology and to Share those Stories with our Community. http://www.storycatcherhawaii.org/
Maunalua.net: Exploring the History of Maunalua www.maunalua.net/
DigitalMoku.net: Exploring the History of Kohala, Hawai'i www.digitalmoku.net/
The MOʻOKŪʻAUHAU is your personal continuum, or genealogical chant. Come join us to learn how to create your very own mele moʻokūʻauhau of your ancestors, environmental connections, and the landscapes that feed you TODAY. We will also share about how you can go one step further in your learning with Lonoa Honua, lead by Kekuhi Kealiikanakaoleohaililani whose mission is to provide training opportunities: to connect people, places, and energies in the universe to one another through Hawaiʻi Life ways.
We The Peoples Before Conversation
25 Years of Knowing, Honoring, Sharing Indigenous America
Join us for a conversation between creative collaborators of We The Peoples Before, an unprecedented event February 3-6, 2022 at the Kennedy Center honoring the First Peoples Fund’s 25th Anniversary celebration of Native Cultural Expression and Sovereignty.
Lori Pourier, executive producer; Kumu Vicky Holt Takamine, performer, and Roberta Uno, theater director, will discuss the vision and event details, and also the participation of other Hawaiian artists, including Robert Cazimero and Jamaica Heʻoli Osorio, in the main-stage performance. They will also share how to get free tickets.
For more information: https://www.wethepeoplesbefore.org/
Tickets will be available for We The Peoples Before on January 19, 2022
Dezigns by Kamohoali'i
Dezigns by Kamohoali'i
Hawai'i Fashion Showcase
Maui Divers Jewelry: Recording of the Full Fashion Show
Gray Television will be distributing Micah's and Noel's show
contact your local station and let them know you want to see it!
Waimea Hawaiian Homesteaders Association
1. 2021 Mother Tongue Film Festival and ISLAND TO ISLAND (https://mothertongue.si.edu/)
2. Pule Ola Lō`ihi (https://youtu.be/MVaeEbqxTBo)
3. Aunty Pua Kanakaole Kanahele (https://youtu.be/gZnG_EeZphE)
4. Edith Kanaka`ole Foundation (http://edithkanakaolefoundation.org/)
5. PAHU Drum Chants of Hawaii (https://open.spotify.com/album/22HlXKUeVFJmQkWOQlQi53)
6.Engage your spirit by engaging the Hawaiʻi universe (https://www.courseskekuhi.com/courses_temp)
7. PVS and 'Oiwi TV present Moananuiakea: One Ocean. One People. One Canoe. (https://tinyurl.com/hv4t92yw)
For this Mauli Ola, we were proud to host Dr. Akiemi Glenn, founder and executive director of the Pōpolo Project to highlight their upcoming youth programs, including Racial Justice Reel Camp for Girls a free and online reel camp for girls during the 2021 Spring Break. A collaboration with the Pōpolo Project and the UHM Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Center, Hawai’i Women in Filmmaking will facilitate conversation on Racial Justice, filmmaking, and produce a short film by the end of the camp.
About the Pōpolo Project
The Pōpolo Project is a Hawai‘i-based nonprofit organization that redefines what it means to be Black in Hawai‘i and in the world through cultivating radical reconnection to ourselves, our community, our ancestors, and the land, changing what we commonly think of as Local and highlighting the vivid, complex diversity of Blackness
Dr. Akiemi Glenn, Executive Director
Akiemi is the founder and executive director of the Pōpolo Project. She holds an MA and PhD in linguistics from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and a BA in linguistics from New York University. Akiemi is a scholar and community worker who specializes in studying culture and facilitating community change on large and small scales. A filmmaker, artist, and cultural practitioner with genealogical ties to the forest and coastal areas currently known as North Carolina and Virginia, her research, curation, and work in Indigenous language revitalization and in community-based culture education centers the experience of diaspora and the potential of radical connection for profound change.
Lonoikamakahiki! Makahiki season is a time of renewal, regeneration, and reflection. It is a time to plant the seed inside. The demigod Kamapuaʻa, the pig, is a kinolau or earthly manifestation of Lono, the god of argiculture. Catch up with Solomon and Kaliko as they reflect on what lessons "Kamapuaʻa, The Animation" has taught them last year. Join us and to explore what lessons this ancient myth holds for us today.
Solomon Enos was born and raised in Makaha Valley. Solomon hails from the well-known Enos `ohana. He has been making art for more than 30 years and he is adept at artistic expression in a wide variety of media including oil paintings, book illustrations, murals, and game design.
Kaliko Maii for over eight years has worked dilligently as a producer of HAWAIIAN SOUL, the HIFF award-winning narrative short based on the life of George Helm. Among Kaliko's other collaborations is the Hawaiian translation of Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Air Bender for Mana Studios HI.
SCROLL BELOW FOR LINKS AND SHOW NOTES
1. Lono - https://youtu.be/_FfebnP0Gv4
2. HAWAIIAN SOUL - https://vimeo.com/466522560
3. Hawaiian Word of the Day - Makahiki - https://youtu.be/webiDDWCjeg
4. Hawaiian Soul Movie Tee
6. TEDxTransmedia - Jeff Gomez - DAREtoCHANGE - https://youtu.be/p9SlVedmnw4
7. The Epic Tale of Hiiakaikapoliopele – UH Press: https://uhpress.hawaii.edu/title/the-epic-tale-of-hiiakaikapoliopele/
8. Hawaii's Legacy of Literacy: Puakea Nogelmeier at TEDxManoa - https://youtu.be/qx44JMlkxyk
9. Editor's Pick: Surprising New Data Shows Comic Readers Are Leaving Superheroes Behind - https://www.forbes.com/sites/robsalkowitz/2019/10/08/surprising-new-data-shows-comic-readers-are-leaving-superheroes-behind/
10. Hawaiian-language version of ‘Moana’ distributed to Hawaii schools - https://www.staradvertiser.com/2018/11/29/breaking-news/hawaiian-language-version-of-moana-distributed-to-schools-in-hawaii/
Screening of "Longing for Hawai'i" and Q&A with Filmmaker Katia Kalei Barricklow and Hawai`'i Historian Dr. Ron Williams, Jr.
More than two thirds of Native Hawaiians live on the US mainland and not Hawai'`i. One east coast `'ohana’s journey into the past uncovers a hidden family connection to the Kingdom of Hawai’i. This short documentary film is a personal journey filled with resilience in the face of colonial erasure. Once forgotten heroes are honored with connections strengthened by transgenerational aloha. A testament to the enduring legacy of Hawaiian nationalism that bridges Hawai`i to the US mainland with voices from the past.