4,000 Years of Southeast Asian Art
Supports educational and interactive components within a broader exhibition of 150 works of art from Thailand and Cambodia never before displayed in Honolulu. These pieces trace the artistic and cultural developments of Ban Chiang, Khmer, and Sukhothai cultures over 4,000 years.
Awarded to: Honolulu Academy of Arts
Connecting Language and History: An Interactive Exhibit at Hawai‘i Plantation Village Museum
Supports creation of an interactive museum exhibit about Hawai‘i Creole at the Hawai‘i Plantation Village Museum in Waipahu. For more information about the Hawai‘i Plantation Village, go to http://www.hawaiiplantationvillage.org/.
Awarded to: University of Hawai‘i
E Ola I Ke Awa Lau o Pu’uloa: May the Bays of Pu‘uloa Live
Supports development of an educational tour and curriculum to add new perspectives to the history of Ke Awa Lau o Pu‘uloa.
Awarded to: American Friends Service Committee Hawai‘i
Hawai‘i History Interactive Timeline
Supports construction and distribution of a timeline documenting the political and social history of Native Hawaiians parallel to U.S. history.
Awarded to: Hawai‘i Capital Cultural Coalition
In the Footsteps of Isabella Bird
Supports placement of an exhibit in the Hawai‘i State Library exploring Isabella Bird’s 19th century travels and writings through the use of I 00 primary images collected by Professor Kiyonari Kanasaka of Kyoto University’s Department of Geography, with interpretive text contributed by the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa’s Department of Geography.
Awarded to: University of Hawai‘i
Supports documentary film on the historical, cultural, and ethical issues related to food and food supply in Hawai‘i. http://www.ingredientshawaii.
Awarded to: The Center for Independent Documentary
Interpreting Filipino Histories in Hawai‘i through Photographs
Supports development of an interpretive tool for the tagging and interpretation of digital collections of photographs of Filipinos in Hawai‘i.
Awarded to: Filipino-American Historical Society of Hawai‘i
Mai Poina: A Living History Walking Tour about the Overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy
Supports Mai Poina (Don’t Forget), a living history walking tour that examines the political events that culminated in the yielding of the authority of the Hawaiian Monarchy to the United States of America. https://vimeo.com/121880537
Awarded to: Biographical Research Center
Marshallese Canoes and Culture Change Video
Supports production of a video exploring the role of the Marshallese canoe tradition and the role it plays for Marshallese citizens living at home and currently living in Hawai‘i and throughout the U.S. http://vimeo.com/31752506
Awarded to: Waan Aelon in Majel
Supports restoration, updating and reissuing The Navigators: Pathfinders of the Pacific documentary film and provide it free-of-charge to Hawai‘i’s educational institutions. The Navigators covers settlement of the Pacific, non-instrumental navigation, and contains ethnographic footage of master navigator Mau Piailug.
Awarded to: Documentary Educational Resources
Page to Stage Presents Hamlet and Godot: Plays of Moment, Then and Now
Funds humanities programming and support materials in relation to two plays, Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, staged at the University of Hawai‘i’s Kennedy Theatre, November 5 to December 5, 20 10.
Awarded to: All the World ‘s a Stage
Philippine Komiks: Creating and Reflecting Filipino Sensibilities
Supports an exhibit, lecture series, and videotaped presentations on Filipino komiks.
Awarded to: Filipino-American Historical Association of Hawai‘i
Still Presents Pasts: Korean Americans and the “Forgotten War”
Supports museum exhibit using oral histories to create interactive art as a means to explore the Korean War and its impacts. Installation was at the Bishop Museum from October 2010 to January 2011.
Awarded to: Center for Biographical Research