Kaʻewai Elementary School

Kalihi, O‘ahu

The Mele Murals program brought our aloha to Kaewai Elementary school. The mural was completed in two weeks with the help of the students and staff.

The mural is about what makes Kalihi Valley special. In the past, many akua (Hawaiian gods) and ali‘i (royalty) were born there. Currently, people of many races are born in Kalihi and the red ginger flower, which is not native to Kalihi, represents that beauty.

Oli:
“Ola i ka Wai”
Mohala i ka wai
Ka maka o ka pua

1929 Kamehameha IV Rd, Honolulu, HI 96819, USA

Mural Name

Ola i ka Wai

Date Completed

May 2017

Schools Served

Kaʻewai Elementary School

Lead Artists

Estria Miyashiro, Nicole Jack, Cherisse Yamada

Sponsors & Supporters

Montana Cans

We Need Your Help

Your tax deductible Annual Membership provides much needed support for arts education in Hawaiʻi.

Help purchasing much needed supplies for our wall murals.

Assist in funding cultural advisers for our youth workshops.

Help stage events surrounding our public mural unveilings.

We Need Your Help

Your tax deductible Annual Membership provides much needed support for arts education in Hawaiʻi.

Help purchasing much needed supplies for our wall murals.

Assist in funding cultural advisers for our youth workshops.

Help stage events surrounding our public mural unveilings.

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