Pu’uhonua Society – Ho’omau Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina

Founded in 1972, Pu’uhonua Society is committed to community, the arts, and Native Hawaiian culture through public programming. Based in urban Honolulu with artistic and cultural engagement across the Hawaiian Islands, Puʻuhonua Society houses numerous community programs, including Hoʻomau Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina Cataloging & Public Programming Project. Puʻuhonua Society addresses issues of cultural equity, accessibility, and social justice through strategic engagement in art, cultural preservation, education, and access to markets highlighting the excellence of Native Hawaiian and Hawai’i-based artists and cultural practitioners.