Maile Andrade is a multi-media artist and has a Masters of Fine Art degree from the University oh Hawai'i-Manoa. She presently is a Professor at Kamakakukalani Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawai'i-Manoa teaching in a Native Hawaiian Creative Expression Program. She has received a variety of academic awards and was selected by the Folk Arts Apprentice Program to serve as an apprentice with Master Weaver Elizabeth Lee and received the 1998 Visual Arts Fellowship from the State Foundation on C Read Moreulture and the Arts. She has participated in several Indigenous Symposiums/gatherings in New Zealand, Tahiti, and the Longhouse in Evergreen State College, Washinton.

Skills: mokuanga


4th Biennial

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