Ola Ka Noʻeau: Excellence in Hawaiian Artistry
Bishop Museum, in partnership with the PAʻI Foundation’s Maoli Arts Movement (MAMo) initiative, presents the exhibition Ola Ka Noʻeau: Excellence in Hawaiian Artistry. This exhibition will explore the genealogy of Hawaiian artistry, particularly through generational transmission of knowledge.
March 11 – October 29, 2023
9 am – 5 pm
& Christmas Day
J. M. Long Gallery
Seniors (65+): $21.95
Youth (4–17): $16.95
Children (3 and under): Free
Children age 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Visitors will experience the reaffirming practice and artwork from a Native Hawaiian perspective throughout the gallery. Works on view will include examples of featherwork, barkcloth, tool-making, decorated gourds, visual design, and plaiting.
Ola Ka Noʻeau: Excellence in Hawaiian Artistry will feature artwork from 13 notable Hawaiian artists, highlighting the bond between teacher and student as a fundamental value in Hawaiian culture:
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