Join Hui Noʻeau for a talk story with cultural practitioners Kumula‘au & Haunani Sing, who teach Hawaiian basketry and culture-based education programs to the community. Kumula‘au & Haunani will be displaying and presenting various artifacts showcasing ‘ie* basketry. In a casual and intimate setting, they will also be able to share and answer questions about how pieces were traditionally created and the complexities that come with reinvigorating the cultural practice of Ulana ʻie (ʻieʻie weaving). More info: Talk Story with Kumulāʻau & Haunani Sing — Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center | Art Classes, Tours, & Events | Maui, Hawai’i (huinoeau.com)
* Less common than hala (commonly known as pandanus), ‘ie‘ie is an endemic plant used by Hawaiians to make fish baskets and traps as well as helmets for aliʻi (royalty).
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