Conservation experts deploying to Lahaina, Hawaii, to support recovery from 2023 wildfires

Thanks to a grant of almost $20,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities, two experts will travel to Maui to assist affected museums and historic sites


Picking up the pieces of Hawaii’s heritage after the devastating Maui wildfires

All but one of the 14 historic sites the Lahaina Restoration Foundation owned or managed was critically damaged in the deadly fires

Wildfires tear through Maui, Hawaii, with more than 271 structures damaged

Authorities have reported 36 fatalities while heritage sites, including museums, have been destroyed

Competing waves of identity, placemaking and trauma coalesce in Hawaii’s inaugural triennial

The archipelago’s first triennial takes place at sites throughout O’ahu, and includes works addressing “paradise economics”, environmentalism and Indigenous sovereignty


Inaugural Hawaii Triennial considers social activism, climate change and the Westernisation of Asia-Pacific

The exhibition, which began as a biennial, has been curated by Melissa Chiu, Miwako Tezuka and Drew Kahu‘āina Broderick

German museums foundation returns ancestral human remains in Berlin collection to Hawaii

A group of skulls is being handed over to a Native Hawaiian group during a mission this month to receive dozens of items from German and Austrian museums

Honolulu Biennial focuses on indigenous artists and local issues

The second edition of the biennial takes a proudly Pacific-centred view