No.16-01: MANA KIAʻI (August 31, 2016)
A creative approach to supporting the development of a Code of Conduct for Marine Conservation, this case study is an example of a group Mosaic Mural process facilitated to enhance the methods used to build new conservation initiatives. The group mural was facilitated during a workshop in support of continuing the conversation on a code of conduct for marine conservation, and its title is Mana Kiaʻi, which means guardian mana or power - that which guards over, and this is what we ultimately hope a code of conduct will provide to a community.
No.18-02: KAʻAHUMANU (February 9, 2018)
The purpose with this mural was to facilitate a collaborative and creative experience with the Hana Chapter of ʻAhahui o Kaʻahumanu, in honor of their namesake, on the anniversary of her birth. They all-women group desired to produce an original artwork to share with the public in order to amplify her legacy and inspire the next generation to act as Aliʻi–to take on larger-than-life projects and initiatives to benefit Hawaiʻi's people, and to increase the health and wellbeing of the Native Hawaiian community.
No.12-01: E MALAMA KAKOU
No.13-01: He Mau Ka ʻOlelo Hawaiʻi