CULTURAL WORKSHOPS for 2022

Updated: Apr 7

Please join us in a series of cultural workshops geared to bringing kanaka from across the world closer to home, their 'aina, their language, and their culture. Join us for an 11 series Ho'ala Na Kanaka Workshop, you won't want to miss this opportunity. *All workshops will be held virtual over zoom. Registration required. Discounts for multiple workshops.



CULTURAL WORKSHOP CHOICES. Each workshop is $40 and there is 11 workshops total. These workshops are created as a collaboration with PoMahina Designs, Ho'aka Mana, and First People's Fund. Proceeds are will be used as a fundraiser to assist in the travel, research, and documentary regarding indigenous identity development through art, history, and travel. You can choose to do any workshop at $40/ea or get a package of 4 workshops @ $150, package of 8 @ $290, or all 11 @ $400. *Payments will be arranged via a separate email after registration confirmation.

 

APRIL 10, 2022 | Workshop 4 | 9 am - 12 am HST

KILO II

Follow-up session to KILO I session. Let's look at data collected by participants. We will also continue discussions about the elements. *KILO I required for this workshop.


 

MAY 7, 2022 | Workshop 5 | 9 am - 11 am HST

'OLELO HAWAI'I

This is a great beginners class for the whole family. Kuaolama Chin, a Hawaiian Immersion student will be sharing vocabulary words and basic sentences that you can use daily. Included in this class are flashcards, activities, and special goodies from Actions of Aloha.



 

MAY 28, 2022 | Workshop 6 | 9 am - 11 am HST

'ULANA LAUHALA

'Ulana Lauhala a Lei Po'o with Miliopuna Davis. Learn how to make a lei po'o lauhala. This method can also be applied to making bracelets.


 

JUNE 12, 2022 | Workshop 7 | 9 am - 11 am HST

HO'OLAUNA KAKOU

Learn how to introduce yourself in Hawaiian and answer the age old questions: "Who are you? Where are you from? Where do you live?" Discussions on vocabulary and greetings to use throughout the day. Kumu Kulani Jeremiah-Wong.

 

JUNE 19, 2022 | Workshop 8 | 9 am - 11 am HST

KA MO'OLELO 'O HALOA

We will read and discuss one of the stories of our Hawaiian history: The story of Hāloa and the first kanaka, the first man. Kumu Kulani Jeremiah-Wong

 

JUNE 19, 2022 | Workshop 9 | 9 am - 11 am HST

MEA'AI NO KA LU'AU I

With the use of an instapot, learn to cook a few dishes typically found at many lūʻau throughout Hawaiʻi.Meaʻai (food) featured: puaʻa kalua (kalua pig), lomi salmon and haupia. Chef Cody Kimoto

 

JULY 16, 2022 | Workshop 10 | 9 am - 11 am HST

MEA'AI NO KA LU'AU II

Letʻs hana hou with Chef Cody and your instapot to make lūʻau pipi(beef lūʻau) and poi when a pohaku kuʻiʻai(poi pounder) isnʻt available. Chef Cody Kimoto

 

AUGUST 13, 2022 | Workshop 11 | 9 am - 11 am HST

LEI HULU

Learn the basics of Hulu: Kumu Papa, create a small lei that you can wear or give as a gift, with Miliopuna & Kanoelani Davis.


 

March 20, 2022 | Workshop 1 | 9 am - 11 am HST

KILO I

In this session, we will learn what it is to KILO (observe) using cloud formations that indicate potential coming weather. He aha ke ao? What is that cloud? *Great for understanding observation in the environment. (part 1 of 2)

Kumu A


nali'i Bertelmann of Waimea, Hawai'i.

Kumu


Anali'i comes from a long lineage of navigators who utilized the elements to assist in their journey on the ocean.







 

March 20, 2022 | Workshop 1 | 9 am - 11 am HST

KILO I

In this session, we will learn what it is to KILO (observe) using cloud formations that indicate potential coming weather. He aha ke ao? What is that cloud? *Great for understanding observation in the environment. (part 1 of 2)

Kumu Anali'i Bertelmann of Waimea, Hawai'i.

Kumu Anali'i comes from a long lineage of navigators who utilized the elements to assist in their journey on the ocean.









 

March 20, 2022 | Workshop 1 | 9 am - 11 am HST

KILO I

In this session, we will learn what it is to KILO (observe) using cloud formations that indicate potential coming weather. He aha ke ao? What is that cloud? *Great for understanding observation in the environment. (part 1 of 2)

Kumu Anali'i Bertelmann of Waimea, Hawai'i.

Kumu Anali'i comes from a long lineage of navigators who utilized the elements to assist in their journey on the ocean.


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