ʻAha Kāne 2012- ‘Oihana Kākau and Uhi

ʻAha Kāne 2012- ‘Oihana Kākau and Uhi

Kākau, or tattoo, is rooted in Polynesian tradition. Responsible for not only reviving practices; kākau has contributed to increased cultural identity and pride. Acknowledged tattooists share the art of tattoo, beliefs, andprocess of attaining a kākau.
presenters: Vaughn Victor & Kalehua Krug

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