Tapa: Situating Pacific Barkcloth in Time and Place


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Two-Day Workshop at the Bishop Museum, Honolulu

29th November 2017

"Caring for Tapa" workshop will take place at the Bishop Museum in partnership with the project.


 Kapa workshop flier


 


 

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