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Mele Murals Pa‘ina Pena in Nanakuli

Mele Murals Pa‘ina Pena in Nanakuli

Our Mele Murals Pa‘ina Pena (Community Painting Event) will be this week with Papa (Grade) 8 of Ka Waihona o ka Na‘auao public charter school in Nānākuli. This event is free and we welcome all ages of the community to help us paint the multipurpose building at...

Hālau Pāheona at Kuhio Elementary School

Hālau Pāheona at Kuhio Elementary School

Under the teaching and leadership of Lacey Evans, the Hālau Pāheona (school of visual arts) expands to Kuhio Elementary School this fall 2018. Art classes are taught every Tuesday and Thursday from 8am to 2:15pm. Our relationship with Kuhio Elementary started when our...

Back to School with Hālau Pāheona

Back to School with Hālau Pāheona

Aloha kākou! We are proud to announce that our school of visual arts program, Hālau Pāheona, expands to two more public schools of Kuhio Elementary and Pālolo Elementary schools! We welcome Lacey Wood, one of our new art teachers, helping us expand our Hālau Pāheona...

New Hālau Pāheona Logo!

New Hālau Pāheona Logo!

Our new Hālau Pāheona (school of visual arts) logo has been completed and was designed by Joshua Lake.  Josh also designed our Mele Murals logo back in 2013. When asked what the meaning behind the Hālau Pāheona logo, Josh replied "Estria (Miyashiro) and I discussed...

Juana Alicia – From Incarceration to Liberation Mural

Juana Alicia – From Incarceration to Liberation Mural

Since all of the Estria Foundationʻs work is now currently in Hawai‘i, most of you do not know that we started out in Oakland, California and we are the financial sponsor of muralista maestra (mural master) Juana Alicia and her True Colors Mural Project. Juana and her...

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