It’s Your Art

“E Huli I Ka ‘Ike (Look for the Knowledge)” at Kualapu‘u Public Conversion Charter School by Kazu Kauinana “E Huli I Ka ‘Ike (Look for the Knowledge)” a bronze sculpture by Kazu Kauinana, has been dedicated at Kualapu‘u Public Conversion Charter School (Kualapu‘u, Moloka‘i). About the Artwork E Huli I Ka ‘Ike was created to ...
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“Ke Kukui Pioʻole (The Inextinguishable Torch)” at Lahainaluna High School by Randall Shiroma “Ke Kukui Pioʻole (The Inextinguishable Torch)” a stainless steel and terrazzo sculpture by Randall Shiroma, has been dedicated at Lahainaluna High School (Lahaina, Maui). About the Artwork Inspired by Lahainaluna High School’s motto, Ke Kukui Pio’ole speaks of the innate spirit within. ...
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Recent visitors to the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum included a group of participants from the Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center (HHHRC), a local non-profit agency providing services to the HIV, Hepatitis C, substance use, LGBQ, transgender, Native Hawaiian, and homeless population on Oahu, and Cullen Koshimizu, a Patient Navigator with HHHRC. They have kindly shared ...
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