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February 01, 2010

REVIEW: Halau O Kekuhi Furthers Repertoire in Hi’iaka Wahinepo’aimoku

By Jade Moss A young girl’s quest to find herself lies at the heart of the opera-length hula drama, Holo Mai Pele: Hi’iaka Wahinepo-aimoku and, as Hawaiian myth would have it, she transcends physical limitations and evolves to flourish into a goddess.  Bringing the legend of Pele and her youngest sister, Hi’iaka, back to contemporary... Read more »
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January 29, 2010

Halau O Kekuhi Performs on Maui in Holo Mai Pele Sequel

Halau O Kekuhi presents a sequel to their famed Holo Mai Pele at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center Saturday night, January 30, 2010.  The show continues the epic journey quest of Hiiakaikapoliopele, the youngest sister of Pelehonuamea, in her undertaking to fetch Lohiau, the chief of Haena Kauai. Halau O Kekuhi will act out... Read more »
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June 02, 2008

International Festival of Canoes, Part 5 – Hawaiian Art Gallery

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CANOES, PART 5–HAWAIIAN ART GALLERY The 2008 International Festivals of Canoes in Lahaina (held from May 18-21) featured a special attraction this year: a Maoli Art exhibit featuring native Hawaiian art by Native Hawaiian artists. Promoters Ianuali Kaonohiokalanikoholua and Daniel Anthony share the wisdom of the artists and the inspiration they draw... Read more »
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