PROJECT FILMS: HERE
Over the course of the pandemic, we were able to pivot the scope of our work to transform physical community engagement opportunities to online participation -- focusing on the stories that hold each work of public art firmly rooted in its Wailuku sense of place. Our micro documentaries capture the conversations that build each cumulative artwork; offering examples of the many different perspectives that each work of public art has encapsulated. View them HERE.
COMMUNITY CONSULTATIONS: HERE
In addition to identifying ‘ōlelo from Mary Kawena Pukui's ‘Ōlelo No‘eau: Hawaiian Proverbs and Political Sayings to help anchor each artwork, ST*BA artists are required to address Wailuku's distinctive sense of place, history, and/or culture in a piece created through community consultations and storytelling. This is all part of the Project Development process per the ST*BA application. Enjoy learning more about Wailuku through these consultations, and visit our Vimeo page for more.