Mo'olelo: The Exploration and Perpetuation of Genealogy through the Art of Storytelling
'Ulumau Collective will present a genealogical exploration of storytelling through cultural arts. In the ancient Pacific Islander tradition of oral history, mo'olelo (stories) pass down ancestral knowledge, sharing everything from daily activities to sacred ceremony. This evening will feature hula, song, chant presented by legendary Kumu Kekuhikuhipuuoneonaaliiokohala Kanae Kanahele, gifts from the aina (land) presented by Kumu Kaui Peralto and the art of Tatau (tatoo) presented by Kahu Pa'aku 'Alana. These moolelo will inspire our multi-generational audience to explore the significance of how knowing your past can help guide & influence your future.
Kumu Kekuhikuhipuuoneonaaliiokohala Kanae Kanahele
Kumu Kaui Peralto
Kahu Pa'aku 'Alana
'Ulumau Collective presents Hawaiian cultural arts, history and traditions through storytelling, performances and workshops. Founded by Susie Kagami, Hawaii Music Live and Kumu Kau'i Peralto, Hawaiian cultural practitioner and language professor at Stanford University, Ulumaus mission is to preserve, perpetuate and share the significance of Hawaiian ancestral knowledge.
Kid friendly for ages 12+
Service dog friendly only
Tickets available at the door.
Buriel Clay Theatre/AAACC (View)
762 Fulton St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|