When Black Grace, a dance troupe of Pacific Islander and Maori men, first burst onto the New Zealand stage in 1995, they were a revelation.
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For nearly 50,000 years, dances and songs have been an expression of Pacific Islanders' origins, their journeys, their struggles—their very existence. These are their "dance stories"—their Dances of Life.
An epic hula that tells the tale of Pele and her sister Hi'iaka.
One Voice tells the story of the Kamehameha Schools Song Contest through the eyes of the student song directors.
Tracing back more than 2,000 years to the Pacific Islands, tattoo is an ancient art form that began as a rite of passage for Polynesians and has become a form of expression for people worldwide.
More than half a million native Hawaiians were living in the islands at the time of European contact in 1778.