powwow

Over a hundred artists are converging this week for Honolulu’s tenth annual Pow!Wow! street art festival. Key locations will have fresh new works of art as live painting continues all this week along the streets and byways of Kaka‘ako. Best of all, a generation is growing up in Honolulu with paintings by internationally renowned artists all around them.

Catherine Cruz

45th annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow focuses on missing and murdered indigneous women; New book captures signage of Hawaii's mid-century architecture; Report says billions of dollars needed to fix state's aging infrastructure; Having a laugh with the Hawaii Sketch Comedy Festival

noe tanigawa

  

  

  

  

  

  Pow!Wow! Hawai‘i is pressing on with its mission of igniting street art festivals around the world.  In March, Pow!Wow! staged its first event at the influential media mixer, South by Southwest.  Next month, Pow!Wow! rocks Long Beach, California.  Meanwhile, people continue to discover new paintings here in Kaka‘ako.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers this look at one particular work, by Egyptian artist, Ganzeer.