Surfing Hawaii: Exhibit-Related Lectures
McCoy Studio Theater
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Sunday, January 27, 2019
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Women and Legends of Surfing
Well-known Hawaiian emersion educator, Pulama Collier, born on the northeast shores of Maui, will share her knowledge about spirituality and sport and the legends of Hawaiian women in surfing.
 
Selling Hawaii with Surfing, 1880 to 1980 
Surfing is one of Hawaii’s most iconic symbols, even more so in the past than today. See how Hawaiian surfing appeared in a century’s worth of advertising and other parts of pop culture in rare historic illustrations, described and explained by author and historian DeSoto Brown.
 

Date Event Time
Sunday January 27Free lectures2:00 PM