← Maui Visitors Bureau Ocean Safety While taking in the visual rush of a big and beautiful blue sea, people may not properly understand the dangerous conditions the ocean can pose. More From This Show IN FLUX - S4E1 - PowerEnclothed CognitionIn the following portraits, we gathered people from all walks of life and disciplines to look at the diverse array of garments that most empower them. IN FLUX - S4E2 - PowerWaters ReclaimedActivists residing in Wailuanui and Ke‘anae are continuing to untangle the complex politics of East Maui water diversion to reinstate this natural resource. IN FLUX - S3E3 - TribesThe WitnessFor more than three decades, photographer Ed Greevy documented land struggles and political strife in the Hawaiian Islands. IN FLUX - S3E2 - TribesMigrants in the MistTaiji Terasaki’s latest work reflects on the resilience of immigrants, both past and present. Other Shows + Films The Art of Living - S1E3Shape ShifterSurfer and board shaper Toots makes his mark on the Waikīkī lineup. The Art of Living - S1E2Tree of LifeHalekulani’s emblematic kiawe tree has borne witness to 130 years of storied history. The Art of Living - S1E4The Funk SurgeonLike any good scat tune, Eddie Henderson’s musical journey has followed a meandering path, and has led him to become a fixture in today’s jazz scene. The Art of Living - S1E5Colorforms“Colorforms” presented a new exhibition by one of Hawaii’s most celebrated living artists, Harry Tsuchidana, in the Halekulani’s ground floor gallery.