MĀKAU MOʻOMEHEU

Cultural Competence in Hawaiʻi's Museums

What is cultural competency? And why is it important for those of us working in Hawaiʻi’s heritage sector? Join us as we talk about cultural competency as a framework for fostering meaningful relations between museum workers and the cultural practitioners that enrich our programs and institutions. These workshops include a panel on museum indigenization practices, as well as a talk-story with cultural practitioners across Ka Pae ʻĀina o Hawaiʻi about the challenges and opportunities of working with museums and related institutions.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Webinar/Workshop Teasers

Webinar Recordings

We are currently editing the closed captions for the recorded webinars to ensure that all names and Indigenous language terms that are mentioned are spelled correctly. Special thanks goes to Holo Hoopai for assisting us in the editing process. 

October 17 – Filmed Conversation, spotlight on Kauaʻi

October 24 – Filmed Conversation, spotlight on East Hawaiʻi 

July 11 – Mākau Moʻomeheu webinar, spotlight on Hawaiʻi Island, PART 1

July 11 – Mākau Moʻomeheu webinar, spotlight on Hawaiʻi Island, PART 2

August 8 – Mākau Moʻomeheu webinar, spotlight on Kauaʻi and Oʻahu, PART 1

August 8 – Mākau Moʻomeheu webinar, spotlight on Kauaʻi and Oʻahu, PART 2

August 15 – Mākau Moʻomeheu webinar, spotlight on Maui, Molokai, and Lānaʻi, PART 1

August 15 – Mākau Moʻomeheu webinar, spotlight on Maui, Molokai, and Lānaʻi, PART 2

Mahalo to our collaborators and sponsors

Institutional Partners

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