Sometimes looking to the past can help us guide our present and future directions. Drawing on his own experience as kama’aina, artist, educator and businessman, Herman Pi’ikea Clark offers examples of Hawaii’s culture of resilience and collective capacity to overcome challenge.
About our speaker:
Herman Pi’ikea Clark, born and raised in Honolulu, is a keiki o ka ‘aina from a family with deep ancestral roots across Hawaii. A graduate of Punahou School, Herman completed a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Pacific Design from the University of Hawaii and a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D) from Massey University in New Zealand. Over the last twenty-five years, he has gained international recognition as an artist, designer, and thought leader in the field of creativity and education in the Pacific. Herman has lectured both nationally and internationally on the potential of culture and creativity to inspire social and economic advancement for individuals, communities, and organizations. Together with his wife and brother, Herman founded Pili Pacific, an exclusive brand of luxury island wear that is based in Honolulu.
Thursday, November 5, 2020
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
HEC Members: Free
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