Back To Schedule
Monday, October 17 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Hawaiian Culture - Likoliko No’eau: A Flourishing Tradition of Contemporary Hawaiian Art ; Art and Mana‘o from Nine Kanaka Maoli Artists

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, check-in, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
Likoliko Noʻeau: a flourishing tradition of contemporary Hawaiian art is a first-of-its-kind artfolio collection of prints and manaʻo from nine Hawaiian artists. Project curator Meleanna Meyer and Kamehameha Publishing’s Meredith Desha Enos will discuss the project with some of these artists, as well as what it means to them to be modern creators of visual moʻolelo

avatar for Meredith Enos

Meredith Enos

Meredith Desha Enos is a writer, editor, and performer who has worked in the local arts community for over 20 years. She also enjoys ʻāina-based initiatives and education. She is currently Editorial Acquisitions and Development Lead, Contemporary Voices and ʻŌiwi Scholarship... Read More →

avatar for Al Lagunero

Al Lagunero

AL LAGUNERO has had a variety of teachers throughout his life, in both formal education (Arizona State University and the San Francisco Art Institute) and in informal settings. He also credits his family including generations of ancestors and the spirits of the seas and islands themselves—as... Read More →
avatar for Meleanna Aluli Meyer

Meleanna Aluli Meyer

Meleanna Aluli Meyer is a prizewinning multi-media artist, educator, filmmaker, author, teacher and community builder, whose paintings and other works are included in all the major collections in Hawai‘i. She graduated from Stanford with Honors in Design/Photography , and has an... Read More →
avatar for Noelle Kahanu

Noelle Kahanu

Noelle M.K.Y. Kahanu (Kanaka ʻOiwi/Native Hawaiian) is a fifteen-year veteran of the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, HI, where she developed scores of exhibitions and programs. She worked on the renovation of Hawaiian Hall (2009), Pacific Hall (2013), and the landmark E Kū Ana Ka Paia... Read More →

Monday October 17, 2022 6:00pm - 7:00pm HST