This symposium is co-sponsored by Department of Urban & Regional Planning, the University of Hawai‘i Community Design Center and the UH Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies.
What does aloha ‘aina look like in Honolulu?
How does native knowledge provide solutions to perennial urban dilemmas? What are the key touchstones in the effort to decolonize cities and how can we decolonize urban development and municipal change? The second Decolonizing Cities symposium focuses on practices of indigenous urbanism, and how the urban is and should be an arena for indigenous placemaking. Continuing with cross-Pacific connections, the symposium features a keynote by Rau Hoskins, whose work in Aotearoa has expanded the field of Maori architecture.
Fri Nov 9th @ Halau o Haumea, UHM Hawaiian Studies
Keynote by Rau Hoskins, Center for Maori Architecture
Hawaiian Urbanism, panel moderated by Kaleo Manuel from DHHL
Urban ‘Aina: Community Driven Indigenous Urban Design, moderated by Kamuela Enos from DURP
Decolonizing UHM Campus, Daniel Friedman, ARCH
Design Thinking, Josh Lake of Airspace Workshop
Sat Nov 10th @at Waiwai Collective
Huakai to Kaonohi Farms
Lunch and Closing discussion
$10 Faculty and Students from area institutions - $20 Industry Professionals and General Public.
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