COVID gave a lot of us the opportunity to improve existing skills and to learn new ones. Tomoko Kamiya is one of those who unexpectedly found themselves in between jobs with time on their hands during the pandemic. Tomoko has a background in graphic design and decided to took advantage of the chance to enroll in a class at KCC and learn how to create animations using software tools. When it came time to do a project applying her new skills she chose to draw on her love for the Manu O Ku and create one that featured them in their Honolulu urban habitat. Congratulations to Tomoko for adding to her skills in graphic design and “Mahalo Nui!” for sharing her animation with us!
Join Our Kaka'ako for a fun community art project featuring the Manuokū Bird!
DATE AND TIME
Saturday, May 29th & Sunday, May 30th
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily
Kaloko‘eli Courtyard at The Flats at Pu‘unui / 440 Keawe Street
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The National Wildlife Federation
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