MAMo at Helumoa!

MAMo at Helumoa

Come join us at the last MAMo arts market of 2015! #MAMo2015

Saturday, May 30, 2015,  4 pm to 9 pm at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.


New Hula Classes!



MAMo First Friday 2015

MAMo at Arts at Marks Garage

Join us at this year’s MAMo First Friday gallery walk through at the ARTS at Marks Garage on Friday, May 1, 2015!

This year’s gallery is entitled “KĀHEA” and is curated by Al Lagunero, and features over 20 Native Hawaiian artists.

"Poliʻahu" by Kauanoe Chang

“Poliʻahu” by Kauanoe Chang

Umeke  by Sol Apio

Umeke by Sol Apio

The artwork of our 2015 MAMo Awardees, Kauanoe Chang and Sol Apio are also in the gallery.

The gallery will be at the ARTS at Marks Garage until Saturday, May 30, 2015.


9th Annual MAMo Wearable Art Show


Tickets for the 2015 MAMo Wearable Art Show is ON SALE NOW! Get your tickets at, or call the box office at 808-528-0506.

This year’s show features: Maile Andrade, Marques Marzan, Manaola, Keone Nunes, Lauwaʻe, Pāwehe Creations, and Wahine Toa.

We also invited a few of our Māori cousins to be a part of the show: Shona Tawhiao, Jeanine Clarkin, Matiu Bartlett, and Tangz de Nikau! You DO NOT want to miss this!

The 2015 MAMo Wearable Art Show will take place on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at the Hawaii Theatre.  Doors and Silent Auction open at 5:30 pm, show starts at 7:00 pm.  TRUNK SHOW to follow at Fresh Cafe.

See you all at the MAMo Wearable Art Show!


“A Call For Solidarity”

Dancers of Pua Aliʻi ʻIlima take the screen as they present their segment of "A Call For Solidarity". PC: Kay Linan

Dancers of Pua Aliʻi ʻIlima take the screen as they present their segment of “A Call For Solidarity”.
PC: Kay Linan

The last time we posted on our website, we posted about an exciting opportunity to work with artists from Alaska, the Bronx, and New York City.  Artists from PAʻI (Pua Aliʻi ʻIlima), the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Pregones Theater, La Mama Theater and Culture Hub all gathered in Hawaiʻi to share their art and to work on a collaboration piece and presentation that would be presented to audiences around the world via the Polycom System.

Today was the culmination of all of the hard work and collaborating! If you missed the show, please click here to go to the video.  We hope you enjoy the show!

We would like to send a big MAHALO to Artspace who sponsored this program and to our partners in this cohort: the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Pregones Theater in the Bronx, La Mama Theater in New York City, and Culture Hub who is also located in New York City.  Aloha.