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EHCC Lecture Series Online Presents: Roots and Routes Along Keaukaha's Seashore

Friday, April 21, 2023 - 5:00pm
Roots and Routes Along Keaukaha’s Seashore
A presentation by Halena Kapuni-Reynolds
Friday April 21, 2023, at 5PM HST
 
In this lecture, Halena Kapuni-Reynolds illuminates the concept of “huaka’i hele” [a sightseeing tour in which a knowledgeable guide takes others along a route to reveal the stories surrounding a particular land area] through the huaka’i hele shared with amateur ethnographer and Hawaiʻi photographer Theodore Kelsey by Henry Nālimu (1835-1934) and his niece Mary Ka‘ōulionālani Ka‘ai (1

EHCC Lecture Series Online Presents: Who owns the past? Cultural Heritage and International Law

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Thursday, March 9, 2023 - 3:00pm
EHCC Lecture Series Online Presents: Who owns the past? Cultural Heritage and International Law with Larry Butler
Zoom Lecture on Thursday, March 9th, 2023 at 3PM HST
 
Who owns the past? This has become the hottest question in museum and cultural studies around the globe. Should Britain send the Parthenon sculptures back to Greece? Should Benin bronzes be returned to Nigeria? Will that spark a wholesale transfer of museum antiquities? Are there laws, standards or conventions that might govern these questions?

Thing Thing: Plastic Thinking

Tuesday, November 29, 2022 - 4:00pm
EHCC Lecture Series Online presents: Thing Thing: Plastic Thinking
Tuesday 11/29 at 4p HST/9p EST
 
Thing Thing is an experimental design collective based in Detroit with longstanding ties to the Big Island. Their work focuses on site-specific exhibitions surrounding waste, making, creativity and place. In 2019 they were invited for a summer residency with Temple Children, which culminated in a sculptural installation featured at EHCC.

EHCC Lecture Series Online presents: An Introduction to Islamic Art, through Honolulu's Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture and Design

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Thursday, January 20, 2022 - 6:00pm

EHCC Lecture Series Online presents: An Introduction to Islamic Art, through Honolulu's Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture and Design

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