The ʻĀina Speaks is a juried, exhibition of portraits of Hawaiʻi Island farmers, ‘āina practitioners, and cultivators who work intimately with the land. Conversations between artist and farmer reveal some of the wisdom and knowledge learned by these practitioners. This exhibition celebrates the inseparable connections with land as an essential component of building a thriving and healthy community.
2023 ‘Āina Speaks Exhibition at Donkey Mill
- Opening reception: Saturday, November 4 from 5-7PM.
- Exhibition On View: November 4 – December 16. Hours: Wednesday – Saturday from 10AM – 6PM. (Closed Thanksgive Day and Friday after)
- Artist x Farmer Talk Story & Potluck Brunch: Sunday, November 12 from 9AM – 12PM
- More info: Art Events | Donkey Mill Art Center | Hawaii Art Programs
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