Interested in learning more about creating domains or building a website? Come connect with HiCapacity at BoxJelly next Monday, May 23rd. To participate please RSVP here and send a list of up to 5 of your top domain names to firstname.lastname@example.org. Did I mention there will be pizza?
Do you have a great startup idea? Still putting your idea together and want to learn more? Startup 101 Bootcamp will cover the basics that every entrepreneur needs to develop an idea and turn it into a high growth business. Get brainstorming and sign up here.
Join us this Friday, April 8 @ 5:30 p.m. for an artist talk on the treasured Malay Theatre forms of mak yong (dance drama) and wayang kelantan (shadow puppetry).
The event will be hosted by top faculty and instructors from Kuala Lumpur’s Centre for Traditional Arts (PuTRA) at the National Academy of Arts, Culture, and Heritage (ASWARA) presenting art forms originating in the culturally rich state of Kelantan, Malaysia.
PARKING: Street parking in Kaka’ako or in the old Lanai Things lot adjacent to BoxJelly at 331 Kamani Street.
The performance will be held on Sunday, April 10, @ 4:00-5:30 p.m. at Jefferson Hall, East-West Center on UH Manoa’s campus. Performance information at https://www.facebook.com/
“An annual contemporary art exhibition exploring the notion of contact as it relates to the Hawaiian Islands, its people and their experiences.”
Explore Hawai’i’s history and the people that made it at the 2016 Foreign and Familiar Art Exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. The exhibition will be open March 25 – April 17, 9am – 7pm.
As Hawaii’s longest running grassroots technology and internet collaboration, the Unconferenz event comes each year to add to the growing tech community of Oahu. Unconferenz is all about getting people engaged in free flowing discussion and turning ideas in actions. On March 5th, 2016, the conversation continues.
Mind Lab is coming to the BoxJelly and you don’t want to miss it. Geared towards activating conscious entrepreneurs and changing the way to world does business, the Mind Lab workshop uses progressive techniques to help individuals like yourself set goals and and take action to achieve them. What’s the final product? By the end of the Mind Lab Workshop you will have an organized mind map and a timeline that plots a 3-month trajectory of success in life and in business.
Want to learn more? MindLab Eventbrite
fishcake presents indigo indigo, featuring the works of Ann Asakura, Akemi Cohn, and Donna Miyashiro. Following the success of fishcake’s indigo show last year, they’ve asked artists to take their creative impulse a step further: to play, challenge themselves, and surprise us with their indigo experiments. Curator Keiko Hatano muses, “Usually indigo is more utilitarian – for cushions, towels and sometimes clothing. What will happen if we use indigo on different materials and mediums? How can the artists add their own twist to this tradition?”
PARK(ing) Day is an annual global event where people collaborate to temporarily transform metered parking spaces into mini-parks.
This Friday September 18th, several temporary parklets will be created across Honolulu, including ones coordinated by HHF Planners, Paiko, Blue Planet Foundation, BEvolve and The Trust for Public Land (in partnership with KUPU, KUA, Mana Ai, Hui Ku Maoli Ola, Better Block Hawaii, 88 Block Walks, GreenerReader, and Interisland Terminal). Stay tuned for details!