Photo by Megan Pripusich

Visit the Rose River Memorial

Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center
Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm, until Sept 4, 2021 • Free
huinoeau.com

Now open to the public, the Rose River Memorial is an art installation in collaboration with Artist Marcos Lutyens and the Rose River Memorial project honoring the lives lost to COVID-19 in the State of Hawai‘i. The outdoor installation will be on display through September 4th, 2021 at the Hui No‘eau’s Makawao campus. Members of the Maui community created more than 500 felt roses in remembrance of their loved ones. Maui’s healthcare workers, students, non-profit organizations, council members, government employees, and families have all contributed to the project. Ultimately the roses made for the Hui’s installation will make their way to Washington D.C. to be part of a larger exhibit in 2022. To learn more about the Rose River Memorial at Hui No‘eau, please visit, huinoeau.com/exhibitions. 

Photo Courtesy of Maui Hui Malama

Support Local Youth

Maui Hui Movies: Toy Story 4 Drive-In
Saturday, May 22 2021, 7:30 PM, Check-in 5:30pm • Tickets: $20 Food/snacks/drinks available for purchase.
Purchase: mauihui.org/mauihuimovies

Pack up the car with chairs, blankets, and the kids and head out to the UH Lawn for a night at the drive-in. Skip those lines and spend more time with the family by ordering your tickets, food, drinks, and snacks right online. You may also purchase food and snacks onsite. Bonus: Sign up to participate in the survey and help nurture Maui youth learning important skills. 

Photo Courtesy of mauiarts.org.

Listen to Poetry

Hawaii Youth Poet Laureate
Saturday, May 22 2021, 7:30 PM • Free
Stream: Log on to MauiArts.org or to the MACC’s Facebook or YouTube page and AKAKU channel 55. 

Join the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s Live @ the MACC as they present Hawai‘i’s first-ever youth poet laureate presentations and selection of the state’s first Youth Poet Laureate. Performances by 11 youth poet finalists from throughout Hawai‘i, special guests, and culminating in the announcement of the young poet selected to be the state’s first youth poet laureate. Participants in the program range in age from 10 to 18.  Special guests for the event include Meera Dasgupta, current U.S. Youth Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo, current U.S. Adult Poet Laureate, Brandy Nālani McDougall, Maui-born poet and professor at University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, and Dr. Camea Davis, Director of the National Youth Poet Laureate Program. There will also be a special appearance by Maui County Mayor Mike Victorino. MauiArts.org


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