Epic Origami Exhibit, July 5 to September 27, 2015
‘IMILOA EXPLORES THE ART AND SCIENCE OF PAPER FOLDING
IN NEW EPIC ORIGAMI EXHIBIT
Hilo, Hawai‘i – ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center will feature local Waimea artist Bonnie Cherni and other guest artists in a new EPIC ORIGAMI exhibit. The three-month exhibit will explore the art and science of origami from July 5, 2015 – September 27, 2015.
'Imiloa Goes mobile with "MANU 'Imiloa"
‘Imiloa on the Road
New Mobile Outreach for Big Island Schools and Communities
Hilo, Hawai‘i -‘Imiloa Astronomy Center announces the launch of its newest educational endeavor, MANU ʻImiloa, a mobile outreach program aimed at sharing ‘Imiloa’s unique brand of culture-based science education across the island. Beginning in the fall of 2015, MANU ʻImiloa (Modern and Ancient ways of Navigating our Universe) will take ‘Imiloa staff on the road with an interactive curriculum inspired by the Polynesian Voyaging Society’s epic Worldwide Voyage, and designed to explore the skills involved in non-instrument ocean navigation, or wayfinding.
Hawai‘i Moon RIDERS Project
Hawai‘i Moon RIDERS Project
Next Maunakea Skies at ‘Imiloa
Hilo, Hawai‘i – Join Rob Kelso, Executive Director at the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES) as he introduces the Moon RIDERS Hawai‘i robotics teams’ work on the electrodynamic dust shield (EDS) lunar project and the partnership with PISCES, NASA, and Google Lunar Xprize. ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center’s next Maunakea Skies program entitled “Moon RIDERS: 2016 Hawai‘i High Schools’ Experiment on the Surface of the Moon,” is Friday, April 17, 2015 at 7 p.m.
Gordon Pi'ianai'a Talks about Hokule'a's First 20 Years.
Reflections on the First 20 Years of the Hōkūle‘a
‘Imiloa’s Wayfinding Talk
Hilo, Hawai‘i – ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center presents the wayfinding talk Voices from the Wa‘a: Reflections on the First 20 Years of the Hōkūle‘a on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. This program will feature Gordon Pi‘ianāi‘a, the captain of Hōkūle‘a on its pivotal 1980 voyage, during which he, Nainoa Thompson and others became the first Hawaiians in some 600 years to locate Tahiti without using modern navigational tools.
Kona Harp Ensemble Plays in the Planetarium
Kona Harp Ensemble Heads to ‘Imiloa Planetarium
To Play Under the Stars!
Hilo, Hawai‘i – ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center presents the Kona Harp Ensemble on Sunday, April 12 at 11:00 a.m. Kona Harp Ensemble’s unique sound of three harps, various traditional flutes, a synth and percussion will take the audience on a musical journey around the world. Enjoy music by Vivaldi, Beethovan, Pachebel, O’Carollan, Jimmy Page, as well as Hawaiian music and original compositions beautifully set by the backdrop of ‘Imiloa’s night sky. Experience the beautiful music of this diverse and talented five-member ensemble as they converge on one stage for a rare afternoon concert.