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The Samoan culture calls it tatau. The Maori people call it moko or puhoro. The Hawaiians refer to it as kakau or uhi. And many others know it as...
When Black Grace, a dance troupe of Pacific Islander and Maori men, first burst onto the New Zealand stage in 1995, they were a revelation. Fusing...
On a beach at Kualoa State Park, local Hawaiʻi craftsmen show how to make pottery, and display their finished work. The display took place in June,...
The Hawaiian Quilt: A Cherished Tradition celebrates the rich family traditions of Hawaiian quilting. It is not a "how-to" film, but rather a...
Experience the resurgence in Native Hawaiian crafts, as local master craftspeople share their talents and motivations in replicating the ancient...