From the coral reefs and black lava shoreline to the fertile soils of Kona’s uplands, ‘Āina Momona describes a land that is rich, plentiful, sweet and fat. 

Keiki artists evoke their powers of creativity, imagination, emotions, and kilo kilo (profound observation through all the senses) to further explore the concept of ‘Āina Momona, weaving art, storytelling, creative writing, and performance to spark curiosity, hope, and courage leading to pathways to aloha and collective kuleana. 

On view until August 13, all works in this multimedia exhibition were created this summer during the Mill’s Keiki and Teen Summer Art Experience programs which are supported by the Hawaii Community Foundation CHANGE Grant, the Hazen Family Foundation, the Mary Silverwood Fund, and our community of individual donors. 

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Ceramics
Ceramic Open Studio Schedule: August

Ceramic Open Studio Schedule: August

Fiber Arts
The Lauhala Coffee Basket

The Lauhala Coffee Basket

with Nanette Bell
Printmaking
Printmaking Guided Open Studio: Fall

Printmaking Guided Open Studio: Fall

with Jerry Walsh