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Noelle M.K.Y. Kahanu

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Project Manager

Phone: (808) ***-****  
Bishop Museum
1525 Bernice Street
Honolulu , Hawaii 96817
United States

Company Description: Hawaii's Bishop Museum is the premier natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific and is recognized throughout the world for its cultural collections,...   more
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Juried by Noelle Kahanu and ...
www.summitzine.com, 3 April 2015 [cached]
Juried by Noelle Kahanu and Ngahiraka Mason, CONTACT 2015 is the second-annual exhibition of contemporary art exploring the notion of "contact" as it relates to the Hawaiian Islands, its people, and their experiences.
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Noelle M.K.Y. Kahanu is a writer, artist and curator born, raised and educated in Honolulu. She worked at Bishop Museum from 1998 to 2014, where she served as cultural inventory specialist, project manager, and director of community affairs. Noelle oversaw the annual Native Hawaiian Arts Market and has developed more than 20 exhibitions incorporating the works of more than 100 native artists. She was on the project team that guided the historic renovation of Hawaiian Hall (2009) and Pacific Hall (2013) and was instrumental in the 2010 landmark exhibition E Ku Ana Ka Paia, which brought together the last three Ku temple images in the world. Kahanu is currently an assistant specialist in Public Humanities and Native Hawaiian programs in the American Studies department at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa.
BISHOP MUSEUM HOSTS SIXTH ANNUAL NATIVE HAWAIIAN ARTS MARKET & KEIKI ARTS FESTIVAL MAY 21 & 22
www.bishopmuseum.org, 8 Jan 2011 [cached]
They can talk to them about what inspires them, about why they do what they do," said Noelle Kahanu, Project Manager at Bishop Museum.
Noelle M.K.Y. Kahanu, ...
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Noelle M.K.Y. Kahanu, Producer/Co-Director \r\nNoelle Kahanu was born, raised, and educated in Honolulu, Hawai'i. After receiving her law degree in 1992, Kahanu served as Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs for five years, where she worked on issues affecting Native Americans, including Hawaiians. She returned home and worked for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and the Native Hawaiian Education Council before joining Bishop Museum in 1998. For the past 13 years, she has served as a cultural inventory specialist, project manager, and most recently, Director of Community Affairs. She has overseen numerous programs, but her most significant project has been the development of the award-winning traveling exhibition Hui Panala'au: Hawaiian Colonists, American Citizens in 2002, and the subsequent documentary Under a Jarvis Moon, which was completed a decade later.
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Producers: Noelle Kahanu
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\r\nCo-Director: Noelle Kahanu
Welcome to the Bishop Museum
www.bishopmuseum.org, 27 Mar 2012 [cached]
said Noelle Kahanu, Bishop Museum project manager.
Welcome to the Bishop Museum
www.bishopmuseum.org, 27 Mar 2012 [cached]
Says Kahanu, "We have the Hoku Awards and the Merrie Monarch, but how were we acknowledging the visionary visual artists within our own Native Hawaiian community?
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Says Kahanu, "What better way to start off MAMo than with this exhibit, by celebrating our master artists.
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According to organizer Noelle Kahanu, the market is fashioned after the Indian markets at Santa Fe, New Mexico and the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, both of which have been running for a half-century. "They've got great models," says Kahanu, "but we're doing our best to create something that represents who we are as Hawaiians. A wide variety of quality Native Hawaiian arts will be showcased, displayed, and demonstrated, such as featherwork, wood carving and sculpture, and weaving. In addition, there will be Native Hawaiian performing arts and food booths featuring island favorites.
Artisans and performers who would like to learn more about how they can participate in the market and festival, should contact Kahanu at (808) 848-4190 or by email at noelle.kahanu@bishopmuseum.org.
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