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Welina mai kākou!
Ke Kukui Foundation's is excited to celebrate our 20th Annual Hula and Craft Workshop at the 4 Days of Aloha! Workshops offer instruction in dance, language, oli, mele, history and cultural art. Participants will have the opportunity to take up to 4 workshops with Kumu Hula and Master Cultural Practitioners from Hawaiʻi. On Saturday, July 23, our workshop participants will have the opportunity to hōʻike or to showcase their new learnings.
E hele mai a e aʻo pū kākou! Come and learn with us. There’s something for everyone!
· LOCATION - Clark College - Gaiser Hall - 1933 Fort Vancouver Way Vancouver WA 98663
· PRICING - Workshop fees currently listed reflects pre-registration pricing. Prices will increase $5 on July 14th. Day of registrants will be an additional $5.
· BREAKFAST ON YOUR OWN - We will provide a complimentary coffee, tea, and water station but no breakfast will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own breakfast as the commons area will be open at 7:30am.
· Kumu Introductions at 9:00 AM - Meet this years Kumu Hula & Workshop Instructors and join us as we begin the day with oli and pule.
· Morning workshops will run from 9:30 AM- 12:00 PM - Participants should have their confirmation e-mail with a QR code ready to check-in with upon arrival to their designated classroom/workshop.
· LUNCH ON YOUR OWN - ʻOno lunch bentos are available for pre-order. Lunches will be ready for pick-up after the morning workshop block.
· Afternoon workshops will run from 1:00 - 3:30 PM - Participants should have their confirmation e-mail with a QR code ready to check-in with upon arrival to their designated classroom/workshop.
· Join us at the Pāʻina on Thursday 7/21 from 6:00 - 10:00 PM - Dress in your best aloha wear and unwind at a Hawaiian style party featuring live Hawaiian music, impromptu hula, ʻono food, cold drinks, and lots of fun! The Pāʻina is held at Clark College - Gaiser Hall.
· Join us for Hōʻike on Saturday 7/23 - Workshop participants will join their workshop Kumu and classmates to present their learnings at the 4 Days of Aloha Hōʻike on Saturday 7/23. Workshop registrants ages 11 & up will receive complimentary admission to attend Hōʻike.
· Hula workshop participants must have previous formal hula training and knowledge of basic hula steps
· Hula workshops participants must be dressed in appropriate hula practice attire (e.g. pāʻū or pāreu for women, shorts for men)
· Hula workshop participants registering for advanced classes must be able to keep up with minimal direction
· If you are unsure of the experience qualifications for a class you are interested in please contact [email protected].
· If a kumu hula determines you are not in the appropriate class level, you may be asked to make an alternate selection at that time
· Please bring all required supplies and/or hula implements to your workshop. If you are missing a required hula implement, you will likely be asked to switch to a different workshop
· Workshop participants will receive an email with additional workshop information as we get closer to the workshop dates
· Virtual participants must have access to Zoom.· Workshop times listed are Pacific Standard Time (Vancouver, Washington).
· Workshop registration is for (1) virtual participant.
· Camera is required to be kept on for the entire workshop. Any participant that we cannot see, will be removed from the workshop.
· Please email [email protected] if you are a group of 2 or more registered participants who will be attending virtually from one device.
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