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Royal Hawaiian Featherwork

Leah Caldiera

Royal Hawaiian Featherwork

Nā Hulu Aliʻi

by Leah Caldiera

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Featherwork,
  • Exhibitions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Leah Caldeira, Christina Hellmich, Adrienne L. Kaeppler, Betty Lou Kam, and Roger G. Rose with Maile Andrade, M. Kamalu du Preez, Samuel M. ʻOhukaniʻōhiʻa Gon III, Noelle M.K.Y. Kahanu, Stacy L. Kamehiro, Marques Hanalei Marzan, and Noenoe K. Silva
    ContributionsFine Arts Museums of San Francisco, M.H. De Young Memorial Museum, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN435.9 .R69 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination283 pages
    Number of Pages283
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27186411M
    ISBN 100824855884, 0824855876
    ISBN 109780824855888, 9780824855871
    LC Control Number2015010940
    OCLC/WorldCa906447574

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About the Book Painstakingly constructed by hand of plant fiber and precious feathers from endemic birds of Hawai‘i, feather cloaks and capes provided spiritual protection to Hawaiian chiefs for centuries while proclaiming their royal status.

Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Alii by Leah Pualahaole Caldeira (Editor) The book and exhibition provide an overdue opportunity for the public to discover the central role these artworks played in the culture and history of the Hawaiian Islands, to explore their unparalleled technical craftsmanship, and to discover an aesthetic Brand: University of Hawaii Press, The.

Through photographs and scholarly essays, Royal Hawaiian Featherwork highlights approximately seventy-five rare examples of the finest featherwork capes and cloaks (‘ahu‘ula) extant, as well as royal staffs of feathers (kāhili), feather lei (lei hulu manu), helmets (mahiole), feathered god images (akua hulu manu), and related eighteenth.

SALE PRICE: $ REGULAR PRICE: $ no additional discounts Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Alai'i highlights approximately seventy-five rare examples of the finest featherwork capes and cloaks (‘ahu‘ula) extant, as well as royal staffs of feathers (kāhili).

Painstakingly handcrafted using plant fiber and innumerable valuable feathers from birds of the islands, works of nā hulu ali‘i, or royal feathers, provided spiritual protection to Hawaiian chiefs for centuries while proclaiming their status and power.

Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs Exhibitions: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco,; Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, ISBN: This book was selected as a co-recipient for the Ethnic Textiles Book Award for The Award is presented annually by the Textile Society of America (TSA) to a publication judged the best book of the year in this field.5/5.

Hawaiian featherwork objects are among the most treasured objects to be found in the Pacific collections of the world's greatest museums. To date, however, there has been very little either written or said about these beautiful works of art.

John Dominis Holt's The Art of Featherwork in Old Hawai'i is thus distinguished as the first complete book ever published about this cultural genre. JME30 book review: Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na hulu ali‘i. Royal Hawaiian Featherwork Na Hulu Ali’i by Christina Hellmich. Christina Hellmich joined the staff of the newly re-opened de Young Museum in and has worked as Curator in Charge of the Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas since Her area of expertise is Oceanic visual culture.

In her curatorial role, Hellmich organizes and collaborates on exhibitions. Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i Paperback – Aug by Leah Pualahaole Caldeira Painstakingly constructed by hand of plant fiber and precious feathers from endemic birds of Hawai‘i, feather cloaks and capes provided spiritual protection to Hawaiian chiefs for centuries while proclaiming their royal status.

Royal Hawaiian Featherwork book Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. An astonishing reminder of the complicated attraction of the feather for personal adornment is “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Ali’i,” the first major exhibition of Hawaiian featherwork in the continental United States.

The exhibition time line stretches from the arrival of European explorers, unification of the islands inthe. “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Ali‘i,” an exhibition that opens on Aug.

29 at the de Young Museum in San Francisco (with a catalog from the University of Hawaii Press), draws mainly. Hulu Manu – Hawaiian Featherwork By Leilehua Yuen Leilehua Yuen oversaw the care and maintenance of the kāhili collection of Pu`uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park for nine years, from (working under the guidance of Ranger Carla Freitas) until   Yet “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Ali’I” is not just another costume exhibition at San Francisco’s de Young Museum.

These capes and. Download Royal Hawaiian Featherwork Na Hulu Alii PDF OnlineRead or Download PDF Here ?book= Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i Explore the distinctive art, culture, and history of Hawai‘i with the first exhibition of Hawaiian featherwork on the U.S.

mainland, developed in partnership with the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Honolulu. ‘Ahu ‘ula (cape), possibly late 18th–early 19th century pins.

Symbols of the power and status of Hawai‘i’s monarchs at home and abroad, these vibrantly colored treasures of the Hawaiian people endure today as masterpieces of unparalleled artistry, technical skill, and cultural pride.

Featherwork: A Conservator’s Approach. This is probably the most informative of all the literature on Ancient Hawaiian featherwork and is highly recommended to anyone interested in the craft. This is a useful book for me as I am a Hawaiian Cultural Kupuna instructor and can use many of the photos contained within this book.

Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i. Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Royal Hawaiian Featherwork av Leah Caldeira, Christina Hellmich, Adrienne Kaeppler, Betty Lou Kam, Roger Rose på Through photographs and scholarly essays, Royal Hawaiian Featherwork highlights approximately seventy-five rare examples of the finest featherwork extant: capes and cloaks ('ahu'ula), royal staffs (k?hili), feather lei (lei hulu manu), helmets (mahiole), feathered god images (akua hulu manu), and related paintings and works on paper.

The Award committee describes the book as: “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali’i, edited by Leah Caldeira, Christina Hellmich, Adrienne L. Kaeppler, Betty Lou Kam, and Roger G. Rose, brings a multidisciplinary perspective to these spectacular textiles in a beautifully illustrated and accessible exhibition catalogue.

In Royal Hawaiian Featherwork (University of Hawaii Press, ) poet-scholar Noelle Kahanu observes of seeing them: “I was not prepared for their size, their intensity, or their magnitude, in numbers but also in sheer presence What I experienced was a profound sense not of my looking at them, but of their looking at me.

The De Young Museum in San Francisco spotlights Hawaiian culture in the new exhibit 'Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Ali'i.' a connection illuminated in a book. Get this from a library. The art of featherwork in old Hawai'i.

[John Dominis Holt] -- Describes in detail various aspects of Hawaiian featherwork. Discusses each garment or object in regard to its artistic design and appearance, its symbolic significance, the genealogical and heraldic. Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Ali‘i Long cloaks and short capes (‘ahu ‘ula), helmets (mahiole), and leis (lei hulu) bore rainbows of feathers to signify the divinity and power of chiefs (ali‘i), who wore them for spiritual protection and to proclaim their identity and status.

Visit Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Ali‘i at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from May August 7,featuring nearly 70 exceptional featherwork objects. For centuries on the Hawaiian Islands, vividly colored feathers were valuable cultural resources used in creating spectacular garments painstakingly constructed by hand.

Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i Aug – Febru de Young. SAN FRANCISCO—The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are pleased to present Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i, an exhibition featuring more than 75 examples of featherwork including long cloaks and short capes (‘ahu ‘ula), royal staffs of feathers (kāhili), feathered lei (lei hulu.

Royal Hawaiian Featherwork Donor Reception at de Young on September 30th, in San Francisco, CA. Events Book Us About Subscribe Cart (0) Sign in Sign up. All Events. Royal Hawaiian Featherwork Donor Reception at de Young.

Top Picks. Photo Royal Hawaiian Featherwork Donor Reception at de Young September 30th,   The British Museum houses five feathered god images. In the book “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork” (University of Hawaii Press, ), poet-scholar Noelle Kahanu observes of seeing them: “I was not prepared for their size, their intensity, or their magnitude, in.

struction of Hawaiian Featherwork,” in Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali’i, ed. Leah Caldeira, Christina Hellmich, Adrienne L. Kaeppler, Betty Lou Kam, and Roger C. Rose (Honolulu: Univ. of Hawai’i Press, ), 26– An alternative interweaving technique is found in New Zealand kiwi feather cloaks, in which the shaft of.

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mainland, developed in partnership with the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Honolulu. LACMA has been given an unexpected opportunity to host an additional exhibition this year: Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Na Hulu Ali‘i proved to be an irresistible temptation, even though we had a short eight weeks to plan and install it.

The exhibition consists of over 70 brilliantly colored cloaks, capes, mahiole (headdresses), kahili (standards), and lei crafted from hundreds of thousands. Inherited from Polynesian ancestors, Hawaiian featherwork was considered one of the highest developments of art achieved in ancient Hawai‘i due to the sophisticated degree of patience and skill required to make an elegant ‘ahu‘ula (cloak), kahili (royal standard) or mahiole (helmet.) “Feathers in general were not easy to obtain.

1 of 3 A red and black lei on display in “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i,” an exhibition at the de Young Museum that may be the most valuable collection of Hawaiian feather. Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i showcases rare, exquisite feather-covered objects made for Hawaiian royals in the late 18th to late 19th we prepared for the exhibition and paged through the catalogue, we found a trove of words for everything from extinct species of honeycreepers to traditional Hawaiian gods.

Read through these excerpts from the glossary, and take. This is an abstract from the "Frontiers in Animal Management: Unconventional Species, New Methods, and Understudied Regions" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Hawaiian featherwork constitutes a treasured element of Hawaiian cultural heritage.

Feather artefacts curated in museums today were acquired between the late 18th and the early 20th centuries.Books; Souvenirs; Apparel; Ornaments; Toys / Games; Music / DVDs; Info S King Street Honolulu, HI Mailing Address: P.O.

Box Honolulu, HI Call us at Subscribe to our newsletter. Get the latest updates on new products and upcoming sales.Aug – Febru | de Young. SAN FRANCISCO —The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are pleased to present Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i, an exhibition featuring more than 75 examples of featherwork including long cloaks and short capes (‘ahu ‘ula), royal staffs of feathers (kāhili), feathered lei (lei hulu manu) and helmets (mahiole), alongside.