Mele Murals Spring Break

Youth Development • Arts Education • Cultural Preservation • Community Building

In partnership with Kaulu by Kamehameha Schools Digital, it is an honor to provide our first Mele Murals Spring Break Program!

Our program is a 1 week in-person and online visual art experiential learning program that engages keiki in authentic Hawaiian culture, the practice of “Aloha ‘Aina,” and the intent of inspiring future generations of ‘ōiwi leaders.

Our program is for keiki students that are ages 6 to 11 years old, 1st through 5th grades.  In partnership with Kaneohe Elementary school, we will have our in-person program facilitated on their beautiful campus. In addition to our in-person classes, we will also be offering a separate Online Class if you prefer an online platform for your keiki.

Due to Covid19 restrictions, we will follow Hawaii DOE protocols of social distancing, cleaning of our hālau/classrooms, constant hand sanitation, and require all staff and students to be wearing face masks at all times.

Registration is open now through March 1st, 2022. Space is limited and is on a first come first serve basis. Once registered one of our staff members will email you back to confirm your registration in the Spring Break program.


Class Dates March 14th – March 18th, 2022

In Person Program Hours

and Online Program Hours

8:00 am – 1:00 pm – In Person at Kaneohe Elementary School

8:00 am – 10:00 am – Online Classes

Cost  FREE!
Registration Dates January 26th – March 1st, 2022. Space is limited and is on a first come first serve basis.


Our online program is for students ages 6 – 10 years old, entering the 1st through 5th grades. All online classes will be hosted via Zoom and will be recorded.

We will hear from special guest speakers, make crafts, and practice mindfulness. Students will learn to harness their mana (energy) and use their voice to express their mana‘o (mind) and express their creativity with the intention of aloha using visual art mediums. For our in-person Spring Break program, we will paint an outdoor “Mini Mele Mural” at Kaneohe Elementary School.

For questions on registration information, please email [email protected] or call 808-638-4005. Photos on this page show past Summer and After School Program events.

We are looking forward to seeing you in-person at Kaneohe Elementary School or in our Mele Murals Spring Break online classes. Hit the link below to register!

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Your Help

Your tax-deductible financial contributions provide critically needed support of public arts and placemaking programs in Hawai‘i.

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Provide Hawai‘i schools with qualified arts educators, cultural advisors and professional muralists to guide students through the Mele Murals process.

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Provide students with essential art supplies.

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Helps Hawai‘i communities share their cultural heritage through large-scale mural masterpieces.

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