Artists Panel: Identity and Voice through Community/Mural Work

East-West Center Gallery

John A. Burns Hall
1601 East-West Road
Honolulu, HI 96848
United States

East-West Center Arts Program presents:

Sunday, January 12, 2:00�"3.00 p.m

Artists Panel: “Mo‘olelo as Mo‘omeheu, Ho‘i i ka Piko: Story as Cultural Foundation �" Sharing and Honoring Identity and Voice Through Community/Mural Work” by Meleanna Meyer, Estria Miyashiro, and Solomon Enos

In the EWC Gallery with free admission, open seating, no reservations.

***** In conjunction with the EWC Gallery exhibition "First Nations Art of British Columbia"

This exhibition brings the artwork of some of the finest and most accomplished Indigenous artists of the Northwest Coast of British Columbia, Canada to the East-West Center. Included are traditional and contemporary works in a variety of mediums including painting, printmaking, woodcarving, textiles, basket-weaving, drawing, and etching.

On view through January 12, 2020

***** Visitor parking is available on the University of Hawai'i at M?noa campus for a fee during the week, and is normally free and ample on Sundays. Parking info:

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The EWC Arts Program is supported in part by Aqua-Aston Hospitality, The Hawai‘i Pacific Rim Society, Friends of Hawai‘i Charities, Barbara B. Smith, Richard H. Cox, Jean E. Rolles, EWC Arts ‘Ohana members, Jackie Chan Foundation USA, The Arthur Goodfriend Intercultural Fund, and other generous donors.

Sunday, 12 January, 2020


Eric Chang

Phone: 8089447177
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