Home > Video & Chant

VIDEO & CHANT

Contents of this page:
Video
Chant
He Moku Poina ʻOle

VIDEO

Pomaikaʻi Elementary Schools's 4th graders present "The Heart and Soul of Hawaiʻi"



Aloha ʻĀina, A Feeling From Your Heart" by Uncle Walter Kanamu

Aloha 'Āina, A Feeling From Your Heart from Akakū Maui Community Media on Vimeo.



KITV NEWS CLIPS - NOVEMBER 12, 2012

KA HĀ O KŌ MĀKOU KŪPUNA; THE BREATH OF OUR ANCESTORS


Kahoʻolawe: Ka Hā o kō mākou Kūpuna; The Breath of our Ancestors, a video by Hawaiʻi Pacific University Advanced Video Class, Instructor: Mark Nitta, 2002, for the Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission.



CHANT

<bgsound src="sample.wav" loop="1">

KAHOʻOLAWE 'OLI KĀHEA

He haki nu'anu'a nei kai Indeed a rough and crashing sea
'O 'awa ana i uka. Echoing in the uplands.
Pehea e hiki aku ai? How is that the ones land?
'O ka leo It is the voice
Mai pa'a i ka leo Please don't hold back the voice.

He Moku Poina ʻOle

From October 10 - November 3, 2014, the Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission will present "He Moku Poina ʻOle" at the Bailey House Museum in Wailuku, Maui. Curated under the guidance of former KIRC Cultural Coordinator/ current KIRC Commissioner Hōkūlani Holt, installed by Maui artist and former Schaefer International Gallery Director Darrell Orwig, and developed through the consultancy of original project members, He Moku Poina ‘Ole features 20 photographs by artist/ poet Margo Berdeshevsky, acclaimed Hawaiʻi photographers Wayne Levin, Franco Salmoiraghi, David Ulrich, and archaeologist/ writer Rowland Reeve. Through He Moku Poina ʻOle, translated as “An Island Not Forgotten” and/ or “The Island Does Not Forget,” the KIRC endeavors to enhance its mission of restoring, protecting, preserving and providing access to Kahoʻolawe.


Please click on the links below to learn more about the places featured in the exhibition. (Excerpts are from the Kahoʻolawe Place Names report by Rowland Reeve).

Back to top