Kawainui – Creating a Visual Legacy

Kawainui – Creating a Visual Legacy

Produced by Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina

Ipo and Kunani Nihipali work with children to create a mural at Kainalu Elementary School that reflects and interprets the cultural and natural history of nearby Kawainui Marsh. The children research and then paint the native birds, plants and sea creatures associated with the marsh, including the mythological mo’o Hauwahine. In the process, they learn the values of aloha ‘aina, love for the land, and alu like, working together.

Produced and directed by Puhipau and Joan Lander of Na Maka o ka `Aina

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2 Comments

  1. Aljane 5 years ago

    I cannot view the video. I do not think it is up. Can you please fix this? Thank you!

    • kaipo 5 years ago

      Aloha, I’ve down a quick fix of the link for the video. E kala mai, we are still going through our back log of posts and looking for any issues since moving to our new website. Mahalo for your patience!

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