EDUCATIONAL SERIES EXPLORES KALO, LEGENDS, GENEALOGY
HONOLULU— The Bishop Museum invites the public to explore the legend of Haloa and the inextricable link between the genealogy of the Hawaiian people and sacred kalo through “Haloa Whispers. My Myth, My Man, My Legend,” as part of the museum’s ongoing educational series, “Traditions of the Pacific.” The lecture begins at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011 in Bishop Museum’s Atherton Halau.
Kyle Nakanelua, a Hawaiian Renaissance man and noted Hawaiian traditionalist, will be presenting the lecture. Both a successful Fire Protection Specialist with Hawai‘i’s Department of Transportation, Airports Division and a man immersed in Papa Hānau Moku, the Earth Mother, Nakanelua works to bring consciousness through knowledge.
Traditions of the Pacific is an ongoing educational series that explores the intersection between culture and science through various topics pertaining to the natural and cultural history of Hawai‘i and the Pacific. The program is coordinated by the Bishop Museum Association Council.
The fee to attend the lecture is $10 for non-members. General members are free. To RSVP, please call (808) 847-8296 or email email@example.com.
This program is funded under the Native Hawaiian Culture and Arts Program (NHCAP).
About Bishop Museum
The Bishop Museum was founded in 1889 by Charles Reed Bishop in memory of his wife Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last direct descendant of King Kamehameha I. Today, the Museum is recognized as the principal museum of the Pacific, housing the world’s largest collection of Hawaiian and Pacific artifacts and natural history specimens. More than 340,000 people visit the Museum each year, including over 40,000 schoolchildren. For more information, please call 808.847.3511 or visit www.bishopmuseum.org.