The Honolulu Museum of Art's Soundshop music education program aims to inspire high school students to cultivate their unique voices and to become independent, creative thinkers. The workshop features two of Hawaii's leading female musicians who will teach beat-making and lyric writing.
Ruby Ibarra is a Filipina American rapper, music producer, spoken word artist born in the Philippines and later immigrated with her family to San Lorenzo, California. Her new album Circa 1991 is out now where she speaks about social justice issues like immigration and trauma.
Every month About The Goods’ owners DJ Revise and Tittahbyte highlight new and familiar music from all over the world while bringing visibility to local and underground artists on Central Pacific Time.
This month they feature Fools Gold own Falcons who’s opening for GoldLink on April 3rd.
A vision which fuses climate change landscapes with food, and reveals the intimacy between our collective pasts and our possible futures.
Exhibition Opening on Wednesday, March 21st.
Music by Tittahbyte.