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Native Hawaiian Intangible Cultural Heritage Partnership Project with University of Hawaii and Bishop Museum

A collaborative, ongoing research project focusing on training, documentation, presentation, community engagement, publication, and exhibitions of Native Hawaiian intangible cultural heritage. This effort is a collaboration between University of Hawaii-Manoa’s College of Hawaiian Knowledge, University of Hawaii-West Oahu, the Bishop Museum, Michigan State University Museum, and University Outreach and Engagement.

 


Partners:

  • University of Hawaii-Manoa’s College of Hawaiian Knowledge
  • University of Hawaii-West Oahu
  • Native Hawaiian community organizations
  • Bishop Museum
  • MSU Museum
  • University Outreach and Engagement

Funders:

  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • University of Hawaii
  • Various foundations

 

 

People:

C. Kurt Dewhurst

Director for Arts and Cultural Partnerships, Office for Public Engagement and Scholarship (OPES)
Curator of Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Michigan State University Museum
Professor, Department of English
University Outreach and Engagement Campus Senior Fellow

Office for Public Engagement and Scholarship