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The third largest Hawaiian island is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of East and West cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the Native Hawaiian people.

Kauai Approx 30 min
Molokai Approx 30 min
Lanai Approx 35 min
Maui Approx 40 min
Hawaii Approx 45 min
Oahu

Dance Masterclass With Choreographer/performer Molissa Fenley

Summary

Fenley founded Molissa Fenley and Company in 1977 and has since created over 85 dance works during her continuing career. With her company, Molissa Fenley and Company, and as a soloist working in collaboration with visual artists and composers, she has performed throughout the United States, [...]

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Ben & Malia

Summary

Join us for a free performance of Hawaii's traditional form of dance, hula, followed by a medley of Hawaiian music by Ben & Maila. Ben Vegas and Maila Gibson have been performing together for over 10 years. Together, they have something that almost can't be given an award, be placed in a category, [...]

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Art Lunch At The Hawaii State Art Museum With Lloyd Kumulaau Sing And May Haunani Balino-sing

Summary

Lloyd Kumulaau Sing and May Haunani Balino-Sing will share their knowledge of Hawaiian basketry and explain how the elemental forces of Ku and Hina are present and prevalent in the cultural practice of ie weaving.

Art Lunch at HiSAM is a monthly 'meet the artist" lecture series that [...]

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A Hawaiian Whodunit: An Interactive Murder-mystery Burlesque Show

Summary

All points bulletin: Join us for a night of sneaky, seductive fun, murder-mystery style at "A Hawaiian Whodunit!: An Interactive Murder Mystery Burlesque Show!" Play the hard-boiled detective as you "investigate" our gorgeous parade of Burlesque Beauties, each with their own aspirations. . [...]