Featuring music, theatre, film, puppets, visual art, and conversations about the artist’s role in society, the Live Aloha Festival will be hosted by the East Hawai’i Cultural Center (EHCC) and produced by artist collective The New Alchemists (TNA). TNA is a community-oriented artist collective architecting experiences for diverse communities, co-founded by Hilo-born and raised Brandon Estrella.
The Festival will include five public happenings centered around:
the creation of a new short play, new works by local musicians, a festival puppetry parade, and two screenings of Nalani, a short film about Hawaii's colonization. The New Alchemists will conduct over 40 hours of arts-based workshops for local communities leading up to these performances. Activities will engage local artists, youth, educators, and community members from EHCC, Full Life Hawai’i/Abl’d Hawai’i Artists, Waiakea High School, and UH Theatre as participants and discussion leaders.
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