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Ka Haku Hulu – The Featherworker

Native birds and the artwork produced from their feathers are the subject of this program hosted by John Dominis Holt.

Ka Haku Hulu – The Featherworker TRANSCRIPT

Native birds and the artwork produced from their feathers are the subject of this program hosted by John Dominis Holt.

Voices of our Kūpuna TRANSCRIPT

Panelists Puluelo Park, Winona Beamer and George Naope participate in a panel discussion on hula at the World Conference on Hula. Moderated by Maile Loo.

Ka Nani A‘o Ka‘ū – The Beauty of Ka‘ū

instructional hula video
 
A performance of the hula Ka Nani A‘o Ka‘ū
(The Beauty of Ka‘ū) by Debbie Ryder on location at Ka Lae, southernmost point on the island of Hawai‘i, plus an interview with beloved kumu hula (hula master) George Na‘ope about the composing of the song Ka Nani A‘o Ka‘u during a visit to Ka‘ū.

Aloha Quest – Part One

Selected segments from a historic 6-hour educational television presentation on Hawaiian sovereignty, broadcast on KFVE, Dec. 19, 1999 and streamed to the world over the Internet. Co-produced by Aloha First and Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina, Aloha Quest was hosted by Ed Kaahea, Iaukea Bright and Kaiulani Edens.

The May Experience

When community members take over Wai‘anae school classrooms for a day, students learn lessons about their environment, culture, and history.

Lāna‘i – A Rare Gift of Beauty TRANSCRIPT

From the ancient archaeological sites at Kaunolū to the Garden of the Gods and Lāna‘i Hale, the highest elevation on the island, Sol Kahoohalahala gives a living history of the island and its people. He also visits dryland forest protection areas to show how rare and endangered plant species are being preserved and propagated.