In 2005, the PA‘I Foundation, with partner Bishop Museum, successfully organized and implemented a month-long celebration to highlight native Hawaiian arts, artists and cultural practitioners called Maoli Arts Month (MAMo). PAʻI re-branded MAMo in 2015 to “Maoli Arts Movement.” MAMo programming is now a year long celebration of native Hawaiian art and culture.
2022 MAMo Application:
To apply to be a 2022 MAMo artist, click here to go to the application. Please note that the application is a Google Form, and it will ask you to login to your gmail account before proceeding to the application. This is due to the fact that we are asking that you upload images to this form. Mahalo for understanding!
To pay for your 2022 MAMo application fee, click the link below:
PAʻI Arts Gallery at Kou
PAʻI Foundation is proud to announce an ongoing exhibit space for Hawaiʻi artists: PAʻI Arts Gallery at Kou. This space is located within Tidepools@CPB, Central Pacific Bank's co-working space at their main branch on the corner of Alakea and King.
If you are interested in being considered, click here to fill out the application, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that all artwork MUST be able to hang on a wall, and all artwork, if chosen, must be dropped off ready to hang.