The Māpuna Lab, in partnership with Pacific Voices at Kōkua Kalihi Valley, created a mural inspired by Ku‘u ‘Āina Aloha: Beloved Land, Beloved Country. The mural’s creation was led by phenomenal Micronesian artist Lissete Yamase with facilitation by Meleanna Meyer. The themes of the mural highlight stories from Chuuk, Pohnpei, the Marshall Islands, and Saipan.The created mural was named Oceans of Reflection.
In understanding community-centered art as a method of drawing forth energies of cultural safety,
- Participants will define the relationships between Ku‘u ‘Āina Aloha: Beloved Land, Beloved Country and the mural it inspired
- Participants will identify stories of disaster preparedness from Chuuk, Pohnpei, Marshall Islands, and Saipan.
- Participants will identify one way that art provides primary prevention of serious mental illness and substance misuse in response to natural disaster.
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