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Na Mala: Layered Landscapes of Kona Coffee Heritage

December 01, 2020 - December 12, 2020
10:00am - 4:00pm

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The Donkey Mill Art Center is honored to present the exhibition Na Mala: Layered Landscapes of Kona Coffee Heritage featuring works by local artists exploring the layered natural, cultural and agricultural landscapes of our precious home. From the generous and extensive mala, or gardens, of Kona's mahiai (farmers), to the opportunities the aina provided to Kona's coffee families, artworks featured explore interconnected elements of ns mala which continue to create and sustain growth and abundance in Kona today. Na Mala brings together works of art in a variety of materials--from paintings and drawing to multi-media installations and sculpture--created by artists exploring their personal relationships with the land and sea of Kona and how these experiences shape their lives. Participating Artists: Jake Boggs, Robert Corsair, Tara Cronin, Heide Cumes, Angaea Cuna, Akiko Cutlip, Michael Cutlip and Pier Fichefeux, Eric Edwards, Bailey A. Ferguson, Patsy Greenwell, Jesse Kekoa Kahoonei, Kanani Kaulukukui, Jr., Cris Lindborg, Kasey Lindley, Gerald Lucena, Kahakaio Ravenscraft, Laurel Schultz, and Hana Yoshihata. Artists of diverse media were invited to create original works exploring the multi-faceted and layered elements that culminate in the abundance of Kona, within which is our celebrated Kona coffee. The "layered landscapes" of Kona are omnipresent and widely encountered. The natural environment unique to Kona is comprised of many factors such as our well-draine

Donkey Mill Art Center
78-6670 Mamalahoa Hwy
Holualoa, HI 96725
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  • Contact Name: Kasey Lindley
  • Contact Organization: Donkey Mill Art Center

Location: Hawaii