Mo‘olelo: Visual Storytelling of Our Connection to the Land

  • Exhib_slideshow_exhib_moolelo

    Susan Polanco de Couet, "Untitled", 2018. Digital Photograph

March 08, 2019 - April 05, 2019
Honolulu Museum of Art School


Exhibition Overview

What do we see? What are we documenting? How are we expressing our connection to our community and the environment? There are common threads of interest that unite the artists of Cameraden, “We are documentarians who call Hawai‘i home. Through our photography, we aim to capture our reverence of the land, the beauty of nature, and its fragile status here and beyond.” Mo‘olelo: Visual Storytelling of Our Connection to the Land features photographs that explore the connection and disconnection to the land and our role in stewardship. These visual stories document our ever changing society’s discourse and response to our already delicate surroundings filtered through the lens of students, Hawaiians, historians and artists.

Opening Reception: Friday, Mar 15 • 5-8pm
Closing Reception: Friday, Apr 5 • 5-8pm