"Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i" Community Day
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Image courtesy of Marlo Caramat
Schedule of Events
2:30–3 pm, Koret Auditorium
Tahitian dance and hula performance by Te Mau Tamari'i A Tiare / Nā Kamali'i a Kiele.
Under the direction of Marlo Caramat, Te Mau Tamari’i A Tiare / Nā Kamali’i A Kiele has been sharing the music and dances of Polynesia with audiences for more than 20 years. Performances showcase the graceful dancing, beautiful music, and vibrant costumes of Tahitian Ori and Hawaiian Hula and evoke the spirit of Polynesian culture. They share their passion for these arts through performance. Learn more about Kumu Marlo and our halau’s story here.
3–5 pm Kimball Education Gallery
Closing reception for Artist-in-Residence Herman Tachera with refreshments and live music.
Program is free and open to the public. Tickets required to enter special exhibition Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘.
Contact InformationMitzi Mathews