For lei maker Meleana Estes, every creation is a gift back to her tūtū, community, and the land.
Weaver Kā‘eo Izon guides students in strengthening their skills in the art of ulana lau hala.
The Native Hawaiian surfing prodigy’s kuleana to caring for Hawai‘i extends from mauka to makai.
Miliani-based artist and educator, Mark is a Black painter creating portraits and murals inspired by the African diaspora and informed by Hawaii’s natural landscapes.
Kenyatta Kelechi’s wet-plate photographs of Hawai‘i natives and locals work to subvert the medium’s problematic history.
The paintings of Honolulu-based Roland Longstreet reflect an equally active and brainy creative process.
The lived nikkei experience is difficult to define in the world, let alone in a single photograph. With her portraits, Hawai‘i-born photographer Tori Toguchi aims to create space to explore multiple meanings.
Through education in foraging, harvesting, and cooking wild plants, Sunny Savage shares how to identify edible plants in one’s backyard, at the park, and around the planet.
Multi-media artist Tom Sewell sees art where others see decay. In one of his most ambitious installations, he repurposed massive metal plates discarded by Maui’s last sugar mill and assembled them into large-scale sculptures that are sprinkled across his 17-acre estate in Ha‘ikū.
In their debut musical release, two singer-songwriters reflect on their experiences with depression and faith.