The series “. . . aia i ka wai . . . ” opens with a searching assessment on what kinds of documentation currently exists. What accomplishments in documenting Hawaiian performance should we be recognizing and celebrating? Then we will consider what we can be doing to document Hawaiian music and hula knowledge for future generations. What kinds of endeavors should we be initiating or even envisioning?
Date: Friday January 21, 2011
Location: Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies,
UH Mānoa, 2645 Dole St.
Parking available adjacent to the Center
5:00 – 5:45 p.m. Musical Performance
NOELANI MAHOE & THE LEO NAHENAHE SINGERS
6:00 – 8:30 p.m. Dialogue Program
with the following panelists:
Head, Bishop Museum Archives
Author of Hawaii Recalls (1987)
Author of Hawai‘i at Play (2003)
Author of Surfing: Historic Images from the Bishop Museum Archives (2006)
Co-Author of The Art of the Aloha Shirt (2008)
Senior Writer / Acting Managing Editor, Honolulu magazine
Author of the feature story “100 Years of Hawaiian Music” in Honolulu magazine November 2010
Co-author of the book The 50 Greatest Hawai‘i Albums
MAILE (BEAMER) LOO-CHING
Co-Founder and Program Leader, Hula Preservation Society
Kumu Hula, Hālau Hula Ka Ho‘oilina Aloha
Professor of Hawaiian Language, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa
Nā Hōkū Hanohano award-winning haku mele (poet/songwriter)
Hawaiian-language consultant and translator
author of the book Mai Pa‘a i ka Leo
TheVoice on TheBus!
Professor of Asian Studies and Ethnomusicology, UH Mānoa
Member of Board of Directors for the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Extensive experience in public arts including service on the State Foundation on Culture & Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts
In 1978, Dr. Trimillos first taught the course MUS 478B “Musical Cultures: Hawai‘i” at UH Mānoa.