‘Gráfica Auwahi’ and July 28 volunteer trip 🎨🌿
Over the past few months, it has been an honor for all of us in the Auwahi Project to work with renowned international artist Mazatl @_mazatli_ in preparation for his ‘Gráfica Auwahi’installation at the Hui No`eau Visual Art Center.
In lieu of individual canvas works, Mazatl painted all four walls and the ceiling using his distinctive black and white printmaker style. With this technique, he has transformed the history room at the Hui into something visually stunning and emotionally touching. Using the native Hawaiian crow, the `alalā (Corvus hawaiiensis), and the invasive black rat (Rattus rattus), Mazatl has created a powerful statement about the erosion of Hawaiian nature and culture as well as their renaissance through ecological and cultural restoration. ‘Gráfica Auwahi’ will be on display at the Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center for the next year or so. •
Join us for our next volunteer trip to Auwahi forest on Saturday July 28, 2018.
Due to limited seating, please understand that confirmation of your reservation is required for you to attend. To request a seat, send us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.