Hula Preservation Society presents their film:
“Voices of Our Kupuna”
Sunday, Feb 19
4:00 -6:00 pm
The Hula Preservation Society’s first film is a true gift for the eyes, ears, and heart. Created from a live program held in July 2005 on the island of Maui, “Voices Of Our Kupuna” features three of Hawai’i’s beloved Kumu Hula – Auntie Nona Beamer, Uncle George Naope, and Auntie Kahili Long Cummings. This unique footage captures their individuality, loving spirits, and playful natures, as they share important wisdom and valuable insights into hula, music, and Hawaiian culture, all of which they have used to educate countless people around the world.
The Hula Preservation Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to documenting and sharing the amazing life stories of our eldest living Hula Masters and their efforts to perpetuate hula, so their legacies live on to inspire and educate generations to come in the authentic culture of Hawai`i. Hula Preservation Society