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International Waikiki Hula Conference

Friday-Saturday-Sunday   ♦   November 20-22, 2015

Hawaii Convention Center in Waikiki

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MAHALO!

Now that everyone has returned home and we all look forward to the holidays and a chance to celebrate with family and friends, we want to take a moment to say mahalo to all who took part in the 8th annual International Waikiki Hula Conference.

We enjoyed meeting hula people from around the world! We hope you have taken home wonderful hula, memories and stories -- and that you made new hula friends!
Me ke aloha pumehana.

 


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3 days of hula & hula-related workshops & seminars.
Modern and ancient hula, chant, history, costume, lei-making,
Hawaiian language, songs, music, implement-making.
16 Ho`ike Hula Shows, Vendor Mall, Closing Concert "Kanikapila"

CLICK HERE FOR MAP OF FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE STOPS
& HO`IKE HULA SHOWS

CLICK HERE FOR HO`IKE HULA SHOW SCHEDULE
 
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Conference Package Includes 

  • Three full days of workshops and seminars to choose from, offered by noted kumu hula and Hawaiian cultural experts. Classes cover all aspects of hula — modern and ancient dance, costume, lei-making, Hawaiian language, chant, history, songs, music and implement-making.
  • The opportunity to perform a hula on various stages in Waikiki in Ho`ike Hula Shows.
  • Opening Ceremonies. First session first day.
  • Music and audience participation hula shows during lunch period.
  • $15 worth of lunch meal coupons.
  • Closing "Kanikapila" Concert & Hula Sunday Evening
  • Hawaiian Vendor Mall – featuring Hawaiian-made products and crafts, including hula implements, costumes, clothing, accessories and gifts.
  • Free shuttle service between the convention center and various hotels throughout Waikiki.
  • Certificate of Completion for you to frame.
  • Reusable Conference Bag.
$385 Regular Conference Fee  ♦  $250 Kama'aina Hawai'i Resident

PRINTABLE CLASS CHART (pdf)

2015 Conference Theme

The theme this year is "Mo'olelo - Stories of Hawai`i," showcasing the rich stories coming out
of the Hawaiian oral tradition and put into chant or song.  Many mele describe people and
places, but this year we take it a step further and explore mele which describe the
experiences of people and the events which occurred at those places, including historic happenings, daily life events or love relationships - the stories of Hawai`i.
 
 

~ Hula in the Land of its Birth ~


 

Conference Purpose

The International Waikiki Hula Conference offers the rare opportunity for visitors to come to Hawaii to learn, share and experience hula in the land of its birth, with a variety of respected hula masters and teachers, many of whom do not travel outside Hawaii to teach. For our local hula people, it is the chance to enrich their hula experience from many sources in one place, to meet fellow dancers and kumu hula from around the world.

 

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The International Waikiki Hula Conference is a non-profit project of the Waikiki Improvement Association

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