The Flux Hawaii creative team highlights the most anticipated events from the inaugural Hawaii Contemporary Art Summit.
Ambivalently understood, the phrase “Hawaiian sense of place” is heard everywhere from the tourism industry to design sector. The islands’ traditional place names, however, often remain silenced. Can one truly honor places without acknowledging the importance of inoa ‘āina?
He mea pohihihi paha ka hoʻomaopopo ʻana i ka ʻōlelo he “Hawaiian sense of place”, he hopunaʻōlelo e lohe hele ʻia ana mai ka ʻoihana hoʻokipa malihini a ka ʻoihana hakulau. I ka hapa nui naʻe o ka manawa, he hoʻohāmau ʻia ke ō ʻana mai o nā inoa ʻāina kuʻuna. Ua hiki anei ke hoʻohanohano maoli i ka ʻāina me ka ʻike ʻole ʻana i nā inoa ʻāina?
The women in Nā Wāhine Koa, a look at history’s overlooked aloha ‘āina advocates, shares the journeys behind their boldest and most courageous actions.
A simple, little-known cottage designed by Vladimir Ossipoff laid the blueprint for the lasting homes of the master of Hawaiian Modernism.
A descendant of the Amazigh people reflects on the liminal spaces of Honolulu’s Shangri La and Morocco’s vast terrain.
With her portraits, photographer Tori Toguchi aims to create space to explore multiple meanings.