Maui Arts & Entertainment

App Created for Self-Guided Walking Tour of Wailuku Town’s Public Art

December 23, 2021, 10:37 AM HST
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  • A new self-guided walking tour of public art in Wailuku Town is available from SMALL TOWN * BIG ART. Screen shot from SMALL TOWN * BIG ART video
  • SMALL TOWN * BIG ART has created a self-guided walking tour of many public art sites in Wailuku Town. Screen shot from SMALL TOWN * BIG ART video
  • The public can learn the sites of local art in Wailuku Town through a new app. Screen shot of SMALL TOWN * BIG ART video

SMALL TOWN * BIG ART has created a self-guided walking tour of public art in Wailuku Town.

Because the collection — by design — is temporary and ever changing, the organization has developed a virtual map of the art at smalltownbig.org/map. It also is available on a free mobile app entitled Hoʻokamaʻāina, which translates as “to become familiar with.” The app can be found at mauimuseum.org/app.

Each of the art spaces links to video clips, behind the scenes photos, community consultations, press, artist statements and more.

SMALL TOWN * BIG ART was developed through an Our Town grant by the National Endowment for the Arts. It is a creative placemaking collaboration of the County of Maui and Hale Hōʻikeʻike at the Bailey House/ Maui Historical Society, with a mission to develop Wailuku as a public arts district focused on its distinctive sense of place, history and culture.

The organization developed a video of the walking tour, which can be seen below.

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To see more film projects from SMALL TOWN * BIG ART, visit the organization’s films page at smalltownbig.org/films.

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