Ka Jennifer Easton
Community Spirit Awards
I Ka Po’aha (Thursday), Iune 13, 2013
University of Hawai’i Music Department
2411 Dole Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Ka Hola 6:30 p.m. Ho’ohanohano (Honoring)
Cyril Pahinui (Hawaiian), Slack Key Guitarist
Vicky Holt Takamine (Hawaiian), Hula
Denise Lajimodiere (Turtle Mountain Band Chippewa), Literary & Traditional Regalia
Ho’ike (Special Guest Performances)
Pua Ali’i ‘Ilima
Scatter Their Own
Frank Waln & Samsoche Sampson
Powwow Style Dancers, including Lori Pourier, Ron Martinez Looking Elk, James Star Comes Out, Denise Lajimodiere, Lauren Good Day Giago
Mahalo nui loa ia First Peoples Fund’s Our Nation’s Spaces, Ford Foundation Diverse Arts Spaces, Native Arts and Culture Foundation, University of Hawaii Music Department, Alternate ROOTS, National Association of Latino Arts Organizations no ko lakou kako’o i ko makou hana.
Mahalo nui loa to everyone who helped make this year’s MAMo Wearable Art Show a HUGE success!
If you missed out on this year’s MAMo Wearable Art Show, click here to go to Honolulu Magazine’s page to see images from that night!
New PAʻI Board Director, George Atta, is in Providence, Rhode Island with our Executive Director, Vicky Holt Takamine, at Ford Foundation’s Gathering of Ford Diverse Art Spaces & LINC Space for Change Grantees.
MAMo artist guides and MAMo posters are here! You may get your MAMo artist guides and posters at any of our upcoming MAMo events:
May 22, 2013- MAMo Wearable Art Show-Hawaiʻi Theatre- 7 pm (www.hawaiitheatre.com)
May 25-26, 2013- Bishop Museum Native Hawaiian Arts Market- Bishop Museum- 9 am-5 pm (www.bishopmuseum.org)
Or come by the PAʻI Arts & Culture Center (904 Kohou Street #102) to pick one up!
Our poster artists this year are Kauanoe Chang of Kamuela (Hawaiʻi Island), and Beau Jack Key of Honokaʻa (Hawaiʻi Island). Mahalo to Kauanoe and Beau Jack for letting us use your artwork for this year’s poster, and mahalo to graphic designer, Shane Pale for putting together our artist guide and poster!