Written and directed by Keo Woolford, The Haumāna was produced in Hawaii and the entire cast was either born and raised or living here.
Zimbabwe’s Oliver Mtukudzi – “one of the most powerful creative forces to emerge on the Afro-pop scene in the last three decades” – comes to Maui this weekend.
A new exhibit entitled Mōhala Hou Ke Kapa – translated as “Kapa Blossoms Anew” – opens in the MACC’s Schaefer International Gallery this Tuesday, Jan 21.
If you’re looking for nitty gritty details beyond that which the title already suggests, we’re afraid you’re just going to have to give in and click here.
An all-Mauian cast and crew have produced a 12-minute short film about a killer vigilante.
Tickets for Chappelle’s Wed, Feb 5 show in the MACC’s Castle Theater go on sale this morning.
This weekend, the MACC will be featuring two events related to kapa-making: a brand new hula performance and a symposium on the art of kapa-making.
The original played a limited run on Broadway and sold out the Kennedy Center. Now the sequel – Intergalactic Nemesis Book Two: Robot Planet Rising – comes to the MACC on Thursday.
Whether you’re into classical, lovesick country, old timey surfer tunes, Hawaiian-influenced blues, or polyethnic Cajun slamgrass… this weekend has got it all.
The MACC’s free, outdoor “Starry Night Cinema” will feature Warren Miller’s 64th ski and snowboard film “Ticket To Ride” this Sunday, Jan. 12.
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