Traditions of the Pacific lecture series
Traditions of the Pacific is an ongoing educational program that explores the natural and cultural history of Hawai‘i and the Pacific through dynamic lectures, workshops, fieldtrips, and films. Everyone is welcome to attend, and Bishop Museum members receive special postcard mailings and free/discounted tuition for these events. Not a member? Join our membership ‘ohana today!
125 Years of Bishop Museum: Reflection Through Print
with DeSoto Brown
Thursday, March 20, 2014
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. | Hawaiian Hall
Tuition: $10 General Admission; FREE for Museum Members
In commemoration of our 125th anniversary, Bishop Museum invites you to join Museum historian DeSoto Brown for an evening of history intertwined with classic photography. In a reflective look back at the last 125 years of our evolution, you’ll be presented with historical, iconic imagery accompanied by observational anecdotes and lesser-known stories from the renowned steward of our Library & Archives collection. DeSoto will lead the audience down Bishop Museum’s and Hawai‘i’s memory lane in an engaging look back at the highlights, periods of adversity, and profound moments in our Island’s history. With gorgeous photography and prints direct from our Library & Archives collection, you’ll be treated to sights and stories from another time, in full color and brought to life.
Not a member? Join Bishop Museum today to enjoy these programs and support the Museum’s important work to preserve and celebrate Hawai‘i’s cultural and natural heritage with through exhibits, research, and programming.