Mānoa Heritage Center

September 24, 2021 • MHC@Home, Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Mānoa Plants

We are finally back with another Virtual Kahaukani Conversations. We hope everyone has been safe and healthy as we continue to navigate these crazy times. Join us as we talk plants and Mānoa Valley with artist and horticulturist David Shepard. David’s presentation, “Mānoa Plants: A Changing Landscape,” will examine how the land use and plants […]

September 20, 2021 • Workshops & Programs

October 2021 Public Tours

Welcome to our temporary public tour registration page. Our Event Calendar is currently on the fritz and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Click on any available tour below to go to the registration form.

September 3, 2021 • Workshops & Programs

Fall Hula Camp with Kumu Kilohana Silve

Mānoa Heritage Center is excited to offer a second in-person hula camp in 2021 slated to take place during the Hawai‘i Department of Education’s (HIDOE) Fall Break. Hula camp is open to students ages 8-80 and will be taught once again by renowned kumu hula Kilohana Silve. To keep everyone safe, all participants 12 and […]

September 2, 2021 • Workshops & Programs

Papermaking Program

Advanced Beginner Papermaking Instructor: Allison Roscoe Saturday, October 2, 2021 9 am to 12 pm 1-day session $45 (includes $15 materials fee)   Now that you have mastered the fundamentals of papermaking, expand your repertoire of techniques!  Learn to laminate flat objects, copper wire, colored paper (tissue, napkins), dried seeds, cheesecloth, and mesh bags.  If you […]

August 3, 2021 • Workshops & Programs

Papermaking Program

Intro to Papermaking Instructor: Allison Roscoe Saturday, August 28, 2021 9 am to 1 pm 1-day session $45 (includes $15 materials fee)   Learn to create unique sheets of (Western-style) paper with moulds and deckles and a variety of fibers pulped in a Hollander beater. The history of papermaking and its contemporary uses as an art-making […]

June 24, 2021 • MHC@Home, Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Eia Hawaiʻi

Join us for our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversation with Maya Kawailanaokeawaiki Saffery. Inspired by her research on ʻāina (land) education, her presentation will discuss how mele (songs, chants) composed in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) are repositories of Hawaiian epistemology (the study of knowledge) and can therefore become lenses through which to view and imagine how […]

May 5, 2021 • Workshops & Programs

Hula Camp with Kumu Kilohana Silve

Mānoa Heritage Center is excited to offer hula camp this summer, June 7-11, 2021! This year’s camp is open to students ages 9-12 and will be taught once again by renowned kumu hula Kilohana Silve. With Hālau Hula o Mānoa haumāna in France, Italy, Japan, China, and the US, Kumu Kilohana has been busy engaging […]

April 26, 2021 • Workshops & Programs

Ma Ka Hana Ka ‘Ike Workshops

Ma ka hana ka ʻike.In working one learns. Join us in 2021 for exciting hands-on workshops at Mānoa Heritage Center. All participants must pre-register for workshops. No refunds 3 days before class begins and no walk-ins. Intro to Lomilomi with Kapono Aluli Souza This workshop is designed to learn lomilomi techniques with a partner. Please […]

Workshops & Programs

Virtual Kahaukani Conversations – Lomilomi

In our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversation, we’ll learn about the Hawaiian healing tradition of lomilomi, including foundational principles, philosophy, and techniques. Led by Kapono Aluli Souza, lomilomi practitioner and MMT (Medical Massage Therapist), the conversation will inspire greater awareness and understanding of a holistic approach to self-care. With more than 20 years of experience, Kapono […]

March 31, 2021 • Workshops & Programs

Papermaking Program

Paper Club: Kōzo Instructor: Allison Roscoe Friday, April 30 & Saturday, May 1, 2021* 9 am to 12 pm 1-day session $45 (includes $15 materials fee)   2-day session $90 (includes $15 materials fee)  Experience the beauty of Japanese kōzo. Paper mulberry, or wauke in Hawai‘i, is the same plant used to make Hawaiian kapa and […]

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