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Celebrate Autumn! Hula Workshop is a skills-based, choreography intensive focused on mind/body alignment and coordination. Aligning and expressing environmental connection is at the heart of traditional Hawaiian dance, so it’s little wonder that the Hula moves dancers and audience so deeply! The workshop will take participants beyond the scope of usual classroom practice, to explore uniquely authentic Hawaiian communication with the environment through the Hula. Plus, there will be plenty of opportunity to align with the season as we learn a beautiful, easy-to-follow Hula.
The Dunham Barre: Where Dancers are Made
Coordination: When the Hands Go, the Eyes Follow
Kaona: Finding Meaning in Hawaiian Song
You’ll come away with a useful new tool that fosters growth and provides greater access to the restorative benefits of Hula.
Moananuiakea: A Voyage for Earth
Hōkūleʻa will be in San Francisco, California for a series of events from September 24 to 27, 2023 for our Moananuiākea Voyage. Please join us!
September 24, Noon to 4:30pm
Aquatic Park Cove, SF
Witness a spectacular water welcome and cultural ceremony for Hōkūle'a
*Event will be livestreamed at hokulea.com
September 26, 5pm to 8pm
Herbst Theater, SF
Learn about the storied history of Hōkūle'a from Navigator Nainoa Thompson
September 27, 6:30pm to 8:30pm
770 North Point, SF
Talk story with the crew of Hōkūle'a
September 25th -27
Hōkūle'a dockside canoe tours
Indigenous People's Day
October 9, 2023
Yelamu, Ohlone Territory (San Francisco)
Commemorating 531 years of
Indigenous Resistance, Cultural Resiliency and Survival in the Americas.
Pomo and Aztec Dancers
All Nations Drum
Other Indigenous cultural presenters
The program highlights the vastly diverse and talented community of Indigenous artists in the Bay Area, California and beyond. The program at Yerba Buena Gardens follows the Annual Indigenous Peoples Day Sunrise Gathering on Alcatraz Island. Tickets to ride the ferry to Alcatraz are required.
Presented in partnership with the International Indian Treaty Council with generous support from the San Francisco Arts Commission.