Over six decades, Tom Sewell has found, filmed, and sculpted a hefty body of work. Much of it originated with Maui’s bygone sugar mills.
Lisa Yamada-Son tracks the evolution of how audiences stay engaged and informed.
A close friend and relative of the late poet William Stanley Merwin, writer Robert Becker reflects on the lyricism of the poet’s prophetic work in prose and palms.
Photographer Francis Haar documented parts of Chinatown and Pālama—known as ‘A‘ala in the 1960s—while they were being demolished, capturing some of the final images of a Honolulu that has since disappeared.
As single-use plastics threaten to smother the planet, artist Tiare Ribeaux manufactures a living, breathing alternative.
Through postcards and hotel brochures, a collector endlessly pursues the golden age of Hawai‘i travel.
In his modernist Kāhala dwelling, the ever-present artist Jean Charlot’s presence cannot be ignored.