Date: June 7 - June 28, 2014
Location: Kaka'ako Agora, 441 Cooke Street
Free, no RSVP

Workshop Monday June 9
Acting is Breating
This masterclass in character embodiment will focus on guiding experienced actors to a deep understanding of their characters on an emotional and physical level. Please come with a monologue ready for work.

Taiko, Tuesday, June 10
Taiko Center of the Pacific will showcase traditional and contemporary Japanese drumming
Presented by Taiko Center of the Pacific

Documentary Film Screening, Wednesday June 11
Na Loea: The Masters
Na Loea: The Masters is an original film series by OiwiTV that promotes and perpetuates kuana'ike Hawai'i, or a Hawaiian worldview through the engaging stories of a select group of masters whose collective knowledge represents an amazing cross section of cultural wisdom.
Presented by Oiwi TV

HOT Preview - The Mikado, Thursday June 11
The spinning of DJ Mr. Nick, the Kinetic Flow Duo performing Acrobatic Juggling, photos from the upcoming production of The Mikado, and a surprise pop-up bar from one of Honolulu's finest establishments: get the full sensory experience of opera!
Presented by Hawaii Opera Theatre

Documentary Film Screening - Friday June 12
The Human Scale - A critical view on the way we build and use our cities by Andreas M. Dalsgaard.
Presented by Interisland Terminal

All Ages Music Show - Saturday June 14
All that Matters
Presented by Interisland Terminal

Workshop, Monday, June 16
Essential Stage Combat for Actors
Hand to hand stage combat instruction with an emphasis on safety. (beginner-some experience)
Presented by Kumu Kahua Theater

Printmaking! Tuesday, June 17
Learn printmaking basics and contribute to this week-long project.
Presented by Honolulu Printmakers

Interactive Program, Weds, June 18
Application Programming Interfaces access external resources for their own applications. Fusing digital art and design this “physical API” allows other artists and visitors to change the state of the Kaka’ako Agora.
Presented by Pas de Chocolat

Multi-media, Thursday, June 19
Explore the work of local critical media artists and engage in a round-table artist discussion with Billie Lee, MFA.

Pacific Architecture Night! Friday, June 20
Pau Hana and hear Atelier Bow Wow and collaborators, Collab Studio, and other local architects deliver “Pecha Kucha” style presentations about their creative projects. 
Presented by American Institute of Architects Students Hawaii chapter

Artist Talk, Tuesday, June 24 - 5:30pm
Meet the founder of Pow Wow Hawai’i, Jasper Wong; learn about the organization, its mission and future events; and tour a few walls with him around the Kaka’ako neighborhood to get a more in-depth description of the artists and their work.
Presented by Pow! Wow! Hawaii!

Shoyu on Rice - stage reading! Wednesday, June 25 - 7pm
In a stage reading forum, Kumu Kahua Theatre actors bring you their season opener: In the mid-1980s, boys attending a Catholic all-boys high school deal with their use of pidgin English when a substitute teacher from Kansas takes over their classroom. Meanwhile, the substitute struggles to learn local ways in both the classroom and the home of her Japanese-American fiancé’s parents. A local comedy by Scot Izuka.
Presented by Kumu Kahua Theater

Art+Flea, Thurs, June 26 - 5-10pm
Every fourth Thursday of the month, Art + Flea presents an open forum for local creators to showcase their unique goods and talents.

CAROUSEL, Friday, June 27 - 6:30pm
Before the internet’s insta-pic flood there was THE SLIDE PROJECTOR—a 140-slot carousel that was the teleporter of the analog age. 14 artists, architects, designers, and creatives curate 10 images each. A be in. Where we look at stuff. Together. And say whatever comes to mind. Out loud!.

Watermark - documentary film, Saturday, June 28 - 7pm
A feature documentary from award winning filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nick de Pencier, and renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky, that brings together diverse stories from around the globe about our relationship with water. Followed by discussion on Hawaiiʻs water issues, led by Jonathan Likeke Scheuer.