Kapa Exhibit Comes to Donkey Mill Art Center

August 28, 2021, 9:21 AM HST
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The Donkey Mill Art Center Gallery in Hōlualoa is celebrating the opening of its latest art installation, the Nā Kapa Kuʻina exhibit.

Kapa artists Bernice Akamine and Roen Hufford will be at the gallery today from 1-4 p.m. to celebrate its opening. Those who come will have the opportunity to talk story with the artists as well as Curator Mina Elison.

Nā Kapa Kuʻina celebrates the foundation of knowledge and the works of kapa artists from around Hawaiʻi – Akamine, Kamalu du Preez, Puakea Forester, Denby Freeland, Hufford, Kekai Kahokukaalani and Dalani Tanahy.

The exhibit, which runs until Oct. 9, is free and open to the public.

In keeping with pandemic protocols, Donkey Mill requests appointments be made for this opening event via its website, or by calling 808-322-3362.


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