december, 2019

18dec4:00 pm5:00 pmKumulā'au & Haunani SingTalk Story & DemonstrationGecko Guide:Culturally Significant

Event Details

Join us Wednesday, December 18th from 4-5pm as Kumulāʻau & Haunani Sing will demonstrate how to weave some examples of ʻie basketry and will be displaying various artifacts of the art form. This event is free and open to the public!

In a casual and intimate setting, they will also be able to share and answer questions about how pieces were created and the complexities that come with reinvigorating the cultural practice of ʻulana ʻie (ʻieʻie weaving).

Lloyd Kumulā’au Sing Jr. & May Haunani Balino-Sing are Ke Kumu Hawai’i, a husband and wife business team who share and teach Hawaiian basketry and culture-based education programs to the community. For the last 15 years, they have provided programs for community colleges, professional staff development workshops for educators and practitioners, and have hosted privately sponsored workshops. They are educators in the public and private school sectors, sharing with aloha about Hawai’i’s host culture.

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Support for this event is provided by Hawai’i Tourism.

Hui No’eau

2841 Baldwin Ave, Makawao, Hawaii 96768


(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center

2841 Baldwin Avenue