Who is PA‘I? P ua A li‘i ‘I lima P ua A li‘i ‘I lima Mission Mission Volunteer Base Volunteer Base
MAMo: Maoli Arts Month 2008 is a broad community-based effort to celebrate the depth, breadth, and diversity of the Native Hawaiian arts community, to create economic opportunities for Native Hawaiian artists and cultural practitioners by increasing their presence in museums and galleries, and to educate locals and visitors about Native Hawaiian art. MAMo: Maoli Arts Month 2008 is a broad community-based effort to celebrate the depth, breadth, and diversity of the Native Hawaiian arts community, to create economic opportunities for Native Hawaiian artists and cultural practitioners by increasing their presence in museums and galleries, and to educate locals and visitors about Native Hawaiian art.
Branding MAMo MAMo [noun] MAMo [noun] descendant, posterity descendant, posterity Find the right graphic artist Find the right graphic artist
Partner, partner, partner... Finding the right partners Similar Missions Motivation & Passion Noelle Kahanu, Bishop Museum Outrigger Hotels Visionary Entertainment Honolulu Weekly
MAMo 2008 Events MAMo Awards 2008 Ceremony & Gallery Reception May 1, 6 – 9 pm Bishop Museum First Friday MAMo Gallery Walk May 2nd 5 - 9pm, Downtown Chinatown 3 rd Annual Native Hawaiian Art Market and Keiki Art Festival May 3 - 4, 9am – 5pm MAMo Wednesdays at the Outrigger Waikiki May 7, 14, 21 & 28 10 am -12 noon, Outrigger Waikiki Hotel 2 nd Annual MAMo Wearable Art Show May 16, 5:30 pm Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Kona Moku Ballroom MAMo Artists at the Hawai‘i Book & Music Festival May 17-18, 10 am – 5 pm, Fasi Civic Grounds MAMo Keauhou Art Market May 31, 10 am – 4 pm, Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort Kona, Hawai‘i Island
Fundraising: partner, partner partner... Grants Grants Look outside of Hawai‘i Look outside of Hawai‘i Ford Foundation Ford Foundation Institute of Museum & Library Services Institute of Museum & Library Services Institutions & organizations with similar missions Institutions & organizations with similar missions Kamehameha Schools & Office for Hawaiian Affairs Kamehameha Schools & Office for Hawaiian Affairs
MAMo Money T-shirts T-shirts Wearable Art Gala Wearable Art Gala
In Kind Services Media Sponsorship Media Sponsorship Trade Trade Volunteer Hours Volunteer Hours Just ask... Just ask...
Volunteers Know your volunteers strengths. Know your volunteers strengths. Strong leadership Strong leadership Volunteer appreciation Volunteer appreciation Building a corp of volunteers Building a corp of volunteers
What is success? ... to funders & sponsors ... participants ... attendees ... the organization Surveys Focus groups
What’s next for PA‘I? How much is too much? How much is too much? Organizational development Organizational development Strategic planning Strategic planning Sustainability Sustainability
“… MAMo is not just a way to showcase the works of Aboriginal Hawaiian artist, but it is a way to strengthen community and more importantly, to enhance the potential and possibilities for our youth of tomorrow. Carl F.K. Pao, Hawaiian artist and educator Carl F.K. Pao, Hawaiian artist and educator
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