Nā Moʻolelo Lecture Series – Halena Kapuni-Reynolds

Nā Moʻolelo Lecture Series – Halena Kapuni-Reynolds

Intimacies: He Moʻolelo No Nā Mea Waiwai Aliʻi
Halena Kapuni-Reynolds is a Ph.D. student and Kanaka Oiwi born and raised on Hawaii Island in the Hawaiian homestead community of Keaukaha. He addressed Indigenous curation, with a focus on the ways that Kanaka Oiwi and local museum professionals marry their professional responsibilities with indigenous sensibilities when caring for alii museum collections. The talk-story, “He Moʻolelo No Nā Mea Waiwai Aliʻi: Caring for Aliʻi Museum Collections,” took place on May 30.

Iolani Palace invites you to watch their new “Nā Moʻolelo Lecture Series.” The lectures feature presentations by Hawaiian cultural experts, historians, and museum professionals that will prompt discussion of Hawaiʻi’s history and culture as well as museum practices.

See all their lectures and more at https://www.iolanipalace.org/na-moolelo/

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1 Comment

  1. Beverly Nani Higa 5 years ago

    would you give me more information, to be able to hear these lectures and what is the cost?
    nanihiga201614@gmail.com. I am so interested in hearing these wonderful Hawaiian
    stories of the time my great-grandparents were alive and my grandparents were alive and there did
    speak the Hawaiian language.
    Anake Nani Higa

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