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HAWAII STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS An artist’s depiction of ancient bones, cast in plaster, are part of “Forgotten Inheritance,” a mural by Hans Ladislaus installed
at the Hawai‘i Convention Center.
COURTESY NANETE NAPOLEON Native Hawaiian activist Paulette Kaanohiokalani Kaleikini and her family covered up the Hawaii Convention Center’s “Forgotten Inheritance” and the nameplate that described it.
COURTESY KAPULANI LANDGRAF Kapulani Landgraf’s “Ponoiwi: An Installation,” now on display at the Honolulu Museum of Art, offers a different perspective on the issue of the desecration of Native Hawaiian iwi kupuna.