KAHILI PA`A LIMA Workshop Series

Friday, May 22 from 5:30p to 7p

A final, free lecture demonstration providing an introduction and overview of kahili pa`a lima or hand-held kahili that were royal standards and symbols of Hawaiian royalty.  This is a requisite to register for the actual making of your own kahili, in two upcoming sessions.  Email to studioHAA.kauai@gmail or message us on our Facebook page to request an invitation to the online lecture demo via ZOOM.

KUPU OLA 2020 - Module I (new class)

iThursdays, June 4 to July 23

KUPU OLA 2020 - Module II

Wednesdays, May 20 to July 8

***Enrollment Open, Registration Now Available***

5:30p to 7:30p (HST)

We continue into our second year of offering this unique Hawaiian learning series that highlights fundamental practices, protocols, and chants to support the collective wellbeing of self, community and environment.  Kupu Ola provides opportunities that explore customs, kinship, relationships and Hawaiian worldview perspectives that are integral to the continuum of health and life cycles.

The first in the series of four cultural study modules will embark on "A Journey with Hi`iaka" in March.  The module consists of 8 weeks that will focus on the oral traditions of oli (chants) and the epic mo`olelo or story of the goddess, Hi`iakaikapoliopele.  Enrollment is available for in-house/on-island (Kaua`i) and long distance live-stream learners.  

Papa Kupu Ola 2019 - We completed the final module of the Kupu Ola Study Series with a closing ceremony and `aha `aina. Participants had an opportunity to apply chants and protocols that they they had learned throughout the year.  They are wearing ceremonial kihei that they each designed and created by using acquired mana`o and methods of la`au kapala.

L-R:  Kumu Kehaulani Kekua, Mieko Aoki, Jan Dunn, Sharon Gottfried, Michael DeMotta, Eva Joy Miner Peru, Anuhea Asquith, Maryann Ilnickij, Tara Coyote.  Long Distance Learners not pictured include: Adin Kawate, Jennifer Pond, Laola Yoshi, and Erik Harada.

Kupu Ola 2020 will Journey with the Goddess, Hi`iakaikapoliopele!  Join us!

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Due to COVID19, Studio HA`A will be closed until further notice.  However!  We are still holding classes for Halau Palaihiwa O Kaipuwai and our series of Kupu Ola Courses ONLINE!

Scroll down to learn more information, and to register for the next Kupu Ola module that begins on May 16!  No experience necessary.  Please call or email us at studioHAA.kauai@gmail.com for further assistance.  Be well, be safe and malama i ke kahi i ke kahi!  Mahalo!

 

REGISTRATION CLOSED

Kupu Ola 2020 - Module II  *Completion of Module I required

May 20 to July 8, 2020

Due to Covid19 mandates, Livestream Online Only

5:30p to 7:30p HST

Kupu Ola 2020 - Module I

Dates to be announced

Lehua Moewai Copyright Photo by Nate Yuen

Support the perpetuation of Hawaiian culture, hula and the program and scholarship initiatives of the Kaipuwai Foundation, Studio HA`A and Halau Palaihiwa O Kaipuwai with a donation.  All contributions are welcome and deeply appreciated. 

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Conveniently located .25 mile from the Kapa`a

Bypass Roundabout, Skatepark & Athletic Complex

A traditional hula school established on Kaua`i in 1945 by the late hula master, Helen Kaipuwai Kekua Waiau

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