Exploring storytelling through murals

Text Summit Staff

Photos courtesy Pancho Peterson

808 Urban, in partnership with Interisland Terminal and with a grant from the Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities, presents Murals In Hawaiʻi, an event meant to stimulate discussion of storytelling through place. The event will be hosted at Kakaʻako Agora as part of the indoor community park's June Kaboom series.

John Rosa, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa history professor will open with a talk on the history of murals in Hawaii. 808 Urban's Prime will lead a walking tour of murals in the area. There will also be a special youth presentation of the ʻO E Ala Mural Project in Waiʻanae, a talk story with kumu and kupuna on moʻolelo of place and a collaborative group storytelling activity.

Murals In Hawaiʻi
Kakaʻako Agora, 441 Cooke St.
Sun., June 21, 2–4pm
Free, all ages

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