In celebration of Maoli Arts Month (MAMo), Bishop Museum will host the Native Hawaiian Arts Market & Keiki Day. Co-sponsored by Bishop Museum and PAI Foundation, the 4th Annual Native Hawaiian Arts Market and Keiki Arts Festival will feature over 40 Native Hawaiian visual artists, from fine arts to contemporary craftwork. Highly collectible and of extraordinary quality, featured works will include feather work, silk scarves, turned bowls, carved images, decorated gourds, weaponry, and weaving. Throughout the day there will be demonstrations, workshops, arts and crafts for the keiki, food, and outstanding entertainment.Visit for more information.Saturday May 23 and Sunday May 24, 2009; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Reduced Admission Rate of $3.00 for kama’āina and military; otherwise, regular admission rates apply - $15.95 Adults; $12.95 Youth (4-12) and Seniors (65+); Children (3 & under) and Bishop Museum members Free.
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