Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story
Mālama Wao Akua
(Caring for the realm of the Gods) is a juried art exhibition by East Maui Watershed Partnership(EMWP) in collaboration with Hui No'eau Visual Art Center. This exhibit focuses on showcasing native species of Maui Nui (Maui, Lāna‘i, Moloka‘i, Kaho‘olawe). This exhibit is open to Maui artists of all ages and works in any medium are welcome.
Learn the specifics of entering MWA and how to find out what is native to Maui Nui
Wednesday, June 12th: 5pm-6pm
Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center in Makawao
Guided Hikes for Artists
Join East Maui Watershed Partnership on these informative hikes with plenty of time to photograph and sketch!
Wed. July 3rd: TNC Waikamoi Preserve Birdloop Trail, 8am-2pm
Wed. July 17th: TNC Waikamoi Preserve Boardwalk Trail, 8am-4pm
Wed. Aug. 7th: Haleakala Ranch Puʻu Pahu Reserve: Pohakuokala Gulch, 8am-1pm
NEW! Guided tour through the Maui Ocean Center on accepted species with marine expert Ann Fielding. Date: TBD, check exhibit website
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 573-6999 to sign up.
Visit the exhibit website for eligibility details, resources for artists, hike descriptions, award categories, entry forms and more!