Western Museum Association
Portland, Oregon
October 20, 2010
Trisha Kehaulani Watson, JD, PhD
Community Outreach Coordinat...
 In 2003, a diverse group of community members joined
together to establish The Hawai`i Capital Cultural District,
creati...
 The group commissioned a study of the area.
The “National Heritage Area Sustainability /
Feasibility Study” was complete...
 THEME 1 — NATIVE HAWAIIANS’ STRUGGLE FOR
CULTURAL PRESERVATION AND SELF
DETERMINATION.
 THEME 2 —HAWAI`I’S EXCEPTIONAL
...
Original area
Original area included
only the
Downtown/Chinatown
areas
CurrentArea
Current area includes the
ahupua`a of Honolulu and
Kapālama
Community
Culture
Economics
Stone Barns Center
for Food &
Agriculture - housed
in the former
Rockefeller family
farm compl...
Achievements
 Strong partnerships
 Diverse coalition
 Strong base in research,
heritage and natural
resource
 Excellen...
Planning
 Focusing on designation
 Outreach that focused
on concepts
 Standing on the outside
looking in
 Chasing our ...
 Find your champions
 Pick your low-hanging fruit
 Minimal resources
 Build partnerships
 Collaborate
 Document your...
Hawaiian Heritage Research and Projects
Implementing the National Heritage Area Initiative
Cherokee
BLUE RIDGE
NATIONAL
HERITAGE AREA,
CHEROKEE
HISTORICAL
ASSOCIATION
Historical Heritage Living Cultural History
 Provide research support
 Provide outreach support
 Provide programming support
 King Kamehameha
Parade and Ho`olaule`a
 PEWA (MAMo Gallery)
 Ka Himemi Ana
 105th Anniversary of
`Ahahui Ka`ahumanu
...
200 thanniversary
of theunification
of thekingdom
June 12th Ho`olaule`a
Partnership with
KKCC, HCCC, and
Friends of `Iolan...
June12th
Hawai`i Capital
Cultural Coalition
table at `Iolani
Palace during the
King Kamehameha
Celebration
Ho`olaule`a
King
KamehamehaDay
Volunteers from
various organizations
gather in front of
`Iolani Palace before
the Parade
www.hawaiicapitalculture.org
community@hawaiicapitalculture.org
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  1. 1. Western Museum Association Portland, Oregon October 20, 2010 Trisha Kehaulani Watson, JD, PhD Community Outreach Coordinator community@hawaiicapitalculture.org
  2. 2.  In 2003, a diverse group of community members joined together to establish The Hawai`i Capital Cultural District, creating a partnership of arts and cultural institutions in the downtown, Nu`uanu, and Kalihi areas, arts and culture-related associations, state agencies, and businesses with an interest in working together to nurture and celebrate the legacy of Honolulu’s historic core. The organization was re-named the Hawai`i Capital Cultural Coalition in 2008.
  3. 3.  The group commissioned a study of the area. The “National Heritage Area Sustainability / Feasibility Study” was completed in December 2008. The study's chief author was Dr. William Chapman, Director of the Historic Preservation Program in the American Studies Department of the University of Hawai`i, Mānoa. Dr. Chapman is an expert in historic preservation and has no relationship with the coalition other than the authoring of this study.
  4. 4.  THEME 1 — NATIVE HAWAIIANS’ STRUGGLE FOR CULTURAL PRESERVATION AND SELF DETERMINATION.  THEME 2 —HAWAI`I’S EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCE IN MULTICULTURALISM.  THEME 3 — HONOLULU’S ROLE AS A LINK BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES, ASIA, AND THE PACIFIC.
  5. 5. Original area Original area included only the Downtown/Chinatown areas
  6. 6. CurrentArea Current area includes the ahupua`a of Honolulu and Kapālama
  7. 7. Community Culture Economics Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture - housed in the former Rockefeller family farm complex - is a working farm, restaurant and education center devoted to teaching, demonstrating and promoting sustainable, community-based food production.
  8. 8. Achievements  Strong partnerships  Diverse coalition  Strong base in research, heritage and natural resource  Excellent marketing and outreach base  Misinformation campaigns  Outreach resources  Governance  The evolving role of residents Challenges
  9. 9. Planning  Focusing on designation  Outreach that focused on concepts  Standing on the outside looking in  Chasing our tails  Opponents  Legislature  Focusing on programming  Outreach that highlighted activities and products  Setting a course and excelling  Scholarship  Outreach Programming
  10. 10.  Find your champions  Pick your low-hanging fruit  Minimal resources  Build partnerships  Collaborate  Document your achievements  Don’t be afraid of press  (e.g., Civil Beat)  Be great at what you do
  11. 11. Hawaiian Heritage Research and Projects Implementing the National Heritage Area Initiative
  12. 12. Cherokee BLUE RIDGE NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA, CHEROKEE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
  13. 13. Historical Heritage Living Cultural History
  14. 14.  Provide research support  Provide outreach support  Provide programming support
  15. 15.  King Kamehameha Parade and Ho`olaule`a  PEWA (MAMo Gallery)  Ka Himemi Ana  105th Anniversary of `Ahahui Ka`ahumanu  `Ōiwi Journal Book Launch  Taste of Helumoa  Aloha Festivals  Farm Fair  Art Spree  I Love Liliha Festival  We Value Hawai`i – Youth Festival  Girl Fest  First Friday (Gallery Walk)  Community Clean-ups  Farmers Markets
  16. 16. 200 thanniversary of theunification of thekingdom June 12th Ho`olaule`a Partnership with KKCC, HCCC, and Friends of `Iolani Palace
  17. 17. June12th Hawai`i Capital Cultural Coalition table at `Iolani Palace during the King Kamehameha Celebration Ho`olaule`a
  18. 18. King KamehamehaDay Volunteers from various organizations gather in front of `Iolani Palace before the Parade
  19. 19. www.hawaiicapitalculture.org community@hawaiicapitalculture.org
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