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The Island of Hawaii is the youngest and largest island in the Hawaiian chain. Nearly twice as big as all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined (hence, it’s nickname, “The Big Island”), its sheer size is awe-inspiring. 

Kauai Approx 1 hr (direct from Kona)
Oahu Approx 45 min (direct from Kona)
Molokai Approx 1 hr 20 min
Lanai Approx 1 hr 30 min
Maui Approx 40 min (direct from Kona)
Hawai'i Master practitioner Keone Nunes is one of the featured artists in addition to Lane Wilcken (Philippines), Holly Nordlum & Sarah Whalen Lumm (Alaska) and renowned tattoo anthropologist Lars Krutak.
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Traditional Tattoo Festival

Occurs between: Friday, October 25, 2019 - Monday, October 28, 2019, 4:00pm - 4:00pm
Summary

The Traditional Tattoo Festival at Kohala Institute celebrates the ritualistic and ceremonial practice of traditional tattooing from Pacific and Arctic cultures including Hawaiian, Inuit, Filipino, etc. The inspiration for the festival goes beyond the current tattoo trends to illuminate the deep [...]

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  • Contact Name: Joel B. Tan
  • Contact Organization: Kohala Institute
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King Kamehameha Celebration Lei Draping Ceremony

Occurs on: Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Summary

King Kamehameha Celebration Lei Draping Ceremony in Hilo, Hawaii. Annual King Kamehameha Statue Lei Draping Ceremony taking place at Wailoa State Park in Hilo, Hawaii. Part of a week long statewide celebration of King Kamehameha. This is one of several events across the state that commemorates [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Amy Hammond
  • Contact Organization: Special Events Hawaii
Hula Arts At Kilauea: Hula Voices Featuring Kumu Kini Kaawa
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Hula Arts At Kilauea: Hula Voices Featuring Kumu Kini Kaawa

Summary

Hula Voices at Volcano Art Center

 The Volcano Art Center's 2019 Hula Voices series continues with a program featuring Kumu Kini Kaawa. Hula Voices is an oral history project, presenting an engaging, intimate "talk story" session with Hawaii Island's hula practitioners, as they [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Anisha Clay
  • Contact Organization: Volcano Art Center
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Cliff Kapono

A young Hawaiian leaves home to further his education and returns with the ability to use chemistry as a platform to share ancestral wisdom with the modern world.

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Hawaii Rooted: Home Grown Cuisine

A former bartender teams up with Hawaiian practitioners and local farmers to return glory to noble cane through craft and mixology, redefining the Mai Tai as a worthy cocktail.

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