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Ka Ulu Lauhala O Kona 2023 Weaving Conference Registration Packets Now Available
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Click on the Dropbox link to view and download the registration packet. https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fo/51ko8y7zn92gx1ibanveu/h?dl=0&rlkey=d0achoatq0wasg2ld817vtgqv&fbclid=IwAR1Uh1nAOMK3c2BZeAPS2rebg4N4Elq4fCHgonaNYSdAYKcFW5Ewd2DjNVY Or email KULOKConference@Gmail.com and they'll email you the forms. Please note there is a correction to making hotel reservations: The new Contact is Colby Mynter, Group Rooms Coordinator to book your hotel room. His phone number is 808.930.4815, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration Deadline is April 1, 2023. After that, there is a late fee. They are also looking for talented crafters for vendor booths at the conference. Please click here to view the application or email KULOKConference@gmail.com for the application.
Malama i Na Iwi Kupuna Workshops 2023
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The Hawaiian Church of Hawai`i Nei will be holding iwi kupuna workshops again this year on March 3rd and 4th at the Hulihe`e Palace. They will be having 3 workshops at the same time but separately. The workshops this year will be: Hina`i Lauhala, Kapa and Ipu Umeke. Please visit their website to view the workshop schedules and to register for a workshop.
Kauluhiwaolele 2022 at Kāʻanapali Beach Hotel, August 31 to September 3
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Kauluhiwaolele Maui Fiber Arts Conference recognizes the multiple ways we utilize Hawaiian plant material. The conference will consist of four days of intense instruction in these weaving crafts by 20 of our kumu (master practitioners) from throughout Hawaiʻi. 150 students are invited to the opening and closing ceremonies of the conference to learn the associated protocols of gathering and utilizing weaving materials. Local favorites will be served at the culminating celebration, and students are encouraged to wear or display items they created throughout the conference. Live Hawaiian musicians entertain between the silent and live auctions hosted that evening. The proceeds...