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PAʻI IS ON THE MOVE! WHAT’S NEW?

PAʻI MAMo (Maoli Arts Movement)

MAMo (an acronym originally representing ‘Maoli Arts Month’, but re-branded in 2015 to represent an expanded ‘Maoli Arts Movement’) was established by PAʻI in 2005 with a mission to create opportunities for Native Hawaiian artists to showcase, display and market their art. The PAʻI MAMo program currently supports over 50 Native Hawaiian artists.

PAʻI Website

The paifoundation.org website is currently undergoing a re-design. The new website will be integrated with our secure customer relationship management system to allow you upgraded access to PAʻI programs, memberships, directories, and resources.

PAʻI Portal

The current “PAʻI LOGIN” button on the bottom right of this page allows you to login to your personal PAʻI Portal page and manage your own account, renew donations & memberships, register easily for upcoming classes/workshops, and change your personal password.PAʻI Arts & Culture Center (PACC) Memberships

PAʻI Arts & Culture Center Future Kakaʻako Home

Click HERE to find out more about Ola Ka ʻIlima, the future home of the PAʻI Arts & Culture Center in Kakaʻako.


HOW YOUR SUPPORT MADE A DIFFERENCE IN 2015

PAʻI CELEBRATED, SHOWCASED, AND PROMOTED NATIVE HAWAIIAN ART & ARTISTS

PAʻI Foundation’s “Maoli Arts Movement” (MAMo) 2015 program attracted thousands of residents/visitors to events in Hawaiʻi (Hawaiʻi Island, Maui, Oʻahu), nationally (Alaska, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, Texas), and internationally (Aotearoa, Austria, Germany, Japan); featuring over 100 Native Hawaiian artists and cultural practitioners showcasing in various art forms.

PAʻI ESTABLISHED NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL ARTIST NETWORKS

1) Art Bridge Creative Collaboration Project- Partners: Alaska Native Heritage Center (AK), La Mama (NY), PAʻI (HI), and Pregones Theatre (NY); through Artspace’s Distance Learning Program.

2) Intercultural Leadership Institute Project- Partners: Alternate Roots (GA), First Peoples Fund (SD), National Association of Latino Arts & Culture (TX), and PAʻI (HI).

PAʻI OPERATED/PROGRAMMED THE KAPĀLAMA PAʻI ARTS & CULTURE CENTER (PACC)

PACC master artist workshops and classes included hula, chant, kapa-making, bamboo-stamping, featherwork, Hawaiian language, storytelling, music and Native Artist professional development. Many classes and workshops were free; some charge only a nominal supplies fee.


PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A TAX DEDUCTIBLE GIFT
TO THE “PAʻI FOUNDATION ANNUAL FUND” BY CLICKING THE
“Donate Now”
BUTTON TO YOUR RIGHT, OR SENDING A CHECK TO:

PAʻI Foundation
PO Box 17483
Honolulu HI 96817


MAHALO FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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