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HALAU EA | WORKSHOPS | PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WAIWAI!  In our interactions with our community, we are working to redefine and affirm the richer meanings of Waiwai for today.

One word that has consistently shown up as a descriptor for Waiwai is wellness or well-being.

 

AINA Series / Waiwai Collective / SEPTEMBER. OCTOBER ʻ18

Waiwai Collective proudly presents a new collection of experiences, conversations and events that embody aina. To the kanaka, aina is the entity that feeds, provides shelter and connects community.  September and October will bring the heat with a panel that discusses Peleailaau, readings from a newly published oiwi author, a political candidate forum,  and much much more.

Come to Ka Waiwai this season to celebrate the generative inspiration of aina….e huai e!

 

 

PELEAIHONUA    PELEAILAAU     PELEHONUAMEA

PANEL DISCUSSION

 

SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 | 7-830 PM (doors open at 6p) | $10 General Admission

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This describes the wondrous and powerful embodiment of creation and destruction; of governance and navigation; of divinity and humanity. Waiwai Collective invites you to feast on the knowledge of Kuulei Kanahele, Leialoha Ilae Kaleimamahu and others as they poetically describe the recent savior-faire of the woman from Kahiki in a panel discussion form at Ka Waiwai on

September 19th. E huai e!

 

 

$10 General Admission | Unreserved Seating | Doors open at 6pm | Panel Discussion 7-8:30pm 

Awa & Ai available for purchase. No outside food or drink allowed.

Join us for Waiwai Collective’s AINA SERIES Panel Discussion Event!

photo: Kuulei Kanahele

 

Tickets Available Here! 

 


HĀLAU EA PRESENTS A NEW WORKSHOP – ADVANCED HAKU MELE

Papa Haku Mele will provide a hands-on resource into mele examination and tools to understand and create Hawaiian mele. Participants will haku mele in groups and individually, then perform it by the end of the two day session. Activities include sharing your favorite mele, discussions on song translation, music composition, & the incorporation of mele in other musical genres.

 

 

ADVANCED HAKU MELE 

WEEKEND WORKSHOP

 

SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2018 | $125 Registration

Sat, September 22 – 9am-4pm
Sun, September 23 – 9am-12pm

 

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Description of preferred prior experience: Mele enthusiasts with some ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi fluency. All ages welcome to participate.

Materials Needed: Please bring your book resources, paper/pen/penikala preferred for composition, computer, and pila. Participants will be excused to leave for lunch or come with your brown bag lunch to enjoy at Ka Waiwai.

 


HĀLAU EA PRESENTS A NEW WORKSHOP – HAWAIIAN ENSEMBLE

In order to perpetuate, sustain, and preserve Hawaii’s rich heritage in “mele”, a common form of musical language and communication is established and is the focal point in developing musical awareness amongst Hawaii musicians. Previously acquired musical knowledge to navigate through the spontaneous nature of a typical Hawaiian Musical Trio (`ukulele, guitar, and bass) will be used as a tool for developing Musical Awareness. Additionally, the experience and knowledge of facilitators will be shared and used as examples of Musical Awareness.

 

 

Nā Mea Hoʻokani Workshop

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2018 | $40 Registration

 

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Description of preferred prior experience: Professional & Backyard Musicians & Trios. All ages welcome to participate.

Materials Needed: Please bring your own instruments!


WAIWAI COLLECTIVE ʻĀINA SERIES PANEL DISCUSSION

 

 

Nā Lāmaku o ke Aloha ʻĀina

 

Friday, October 12, 2018 | Free to the Public

 

Come join us for four student presentations and stay for ʻAwa and ʻAi performances by Kekauoha Jazz Project.


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