An interesting November for planets is ahead of us; we lose Saturn and regain Mercury in November, as Venus and Mars, opposites in myth, behave in a similar, steady manner. We have the biggest brightest full moon in decades on the night of November 13-14, and our continental friends and family go off of
Responsible for assisting in the installation and de-installation of traveling and in-house exhibits. Works with other Exhibit Department team members to support general goals established by the Department. Duties and Responsibilities Assist in the installation and takedown of traveling exhibits including installing AV / multimedia, lighting, picture hanging, wall prep, painting, moving, fastening, rigging, wiring,
October 25, 2016 Hawaiian Featherwork Book Recognized with National Award Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Aliʻi recognized with 2015 R. L. Shep Ethnic Textiles Book Award Honolulu, HI – A book on Hawaiian featherwork gained national recognition in the field of ethnic textile studies. Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Aliʻi, produced by the Fine Arts
Dr. Allison and his colleagues are surveying the vertebrate fauna of New Britain. Stay tuned for updates!
Aired on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 - Ocean Publications Shallow to Deep Join Rich Pyle, Randy Kosaki, and Robin Baird as they discuss deep reefs in Hawaii and explore Hawaii's amazing marine mammals. Press play to listen to episode.
3rd Watch: 4 pm to midnight Click “Apply for this job” below to be taken to the online application for this position. Supervise security officers providing protection and safety for Bishop Museum visitors, staff, volunteers, collections, and buildings, and provide leadership in teamwork and customer service. Represent yourself and museum positively at all times
Bishop Museum welcomes Dora and Diego: Let’s Explore! our newest Castle Memorial Building exhibit.
A 20-year study exploring Hawaii’s remarkable mesophotic coral reefs.
Extensive Deep Coral Reefs in Hawaii Harbor Unique Species and High Coral Cover-Scientists complete a twenty-year study to comprehensively document mesophotic coral ecosystems throughout the Hawaiian Archipelago
October 4, 2016 A team of sixteen researchers has completed a comprehensive investigation of deep coral-reef environments, known as mesophotic coral ecosystems, throughout the Hawaiian Archipelago. The study, published in the open-access journal PeerJ, spanned more than two decades and involved a combination of submersibles, remotely operated vehicles, drop-cameras, data recorders, and advanced mixed-gas diving