“The Wahi Pana: A Sense of Place” exhibition showcases artwork informed by the
narratives of the wahi pana, found throughout
the Hawaiian Islands. Many Hawaiians hold
that certain sites are sacred because of the
history associated with that particular locale.
These events are significant to their identity and
sense of belonging to their home.
Hawai‘i has served as a place of inspiration for many artists throughout time. Each artist infuses their own ideas, experiences, and cultural perceptions for a unique creative expression. This exhibition seeks to inspire the view of kānaka maoli, kama‘aina, and malihini alike as they rediscover familiar locales through different eyes.
Association of Hawaiʻi Artists
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