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                                “Ho‘ohulu Hawai‘i” by Kawika Lum-Nelmida, 2018.
Hawaii fashion gets a boost at Wearable Art Show

Back in the day, when “Hawaiian fashion” meant aloha shirts and tent-like muu muu, a few young Hawaiian artists began to create a look that was dramatically different. Read more

Prince Lot Hula Festival returns to Honolulu

Gather up prime things we love about Hawaii — hula, music, history, fine arts and crafts and ono grinds — and sprinkle it across the lawn of ‘Iolani Palace, and you’ve got the annual Prince Lot Hula Festival. Read more

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Iona’s ‘Dominion’ urges empathy with animals in our orbit

Moses Goods is known both for his dramatic presence and his voice — one that resonates across many stages, in Hawaii and beyond. This weekend, the actor will express himself silently, in character as The Raven in Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre’s original production of “Dominion.” Read more

Pohl Gallery opens doors to creative classes

Always wanted to create art but not really ready to commit to a multisession class? The Louis Pohl Gallery is offering an opportunity to let your creative imagination loose on a weekly basis, with anew “Make Art Every Saturday” experience that began this month. Read more

San Francisco halau to perform controversial concert

Coming to the Hawaii Theatre stage direct from San Francisco, kumu hula Patrick Makuakane and halau Na Lei Hulu i ka Wekiu are bringing to Hawaii a new iteration of the troupe’s groundbreaking production, “The Natives Are Restless.” Read more

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