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New video gallery showcases the best of KS

Feb. 19, 2015

Contributed by Nadine Lagaso

Videos can bring stories to life. Sharing the moʻolelo (stories) of Kamehameha Schools is the goal of the new KS video gallery, accessible through the schools’ intranet KSOnline and the I Mua Newsroom on its external website.

“We have used video for a while in separate channels – YouTube, ʻŌiwi TV, embedded videos in KSOnline and I Mua Newsroom stories – but we haven’t had a single place where we can gather and display all our video content,” says KS Digital Innovation Manager Andreas Arvman. “The video gallery will serve that purpose.”

Some of the videos posted to the gallery feature:

  • KS Maui Hawaiian Protocol Facilitator Ekela Kaniaupio-Crozier sharing the significance of the campus’ semiannual Pōʻalima ‛Ula ‘ula – Red Friday, in fluent Hawaiian
  • Natural, Cultural Regional Resource Manager Ulalia Woodside talking ʻāina restoration with Rick Barboza and Kapaliku Schirman , co-founders of Hui Kū Maoli Ola
  • Dr. Kamanamaikalani Beamer introducing a new perspective on Hawaiian History through his book, “No Mākou Ka Mana: Liberating the Nation,” published by Kamehameha Publishing

The gallery is also home to the video, “Legacy of a Princess: Ke Ali‘i Bernice Pauahi Bishop,” an in-depth look at Kamehameha Schools and the legacy of Princess Pauahi; and even KS’ latest digital Christmas card!

The brainpower behind the gallery was supplied by KS Senior Web Developer Tyson Oshiro and its user-friendly design was developed by Digital Media Specialist Mark Milligan.

Glance through the video gallery NOW!

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The new video gallery tells the moʻolelo (stories) of: Pauahi and her children Campus and community education programs Natural and cultural resource management Agricultural programs and activities Special events Glance through the video gallery now!

KS Natural, Cultural Regional Resource Manager Ulalia Woodside chats with Native Hawaiian plant experts Rick Barboza and Kapaliku Schirman, co-founders of Hui Kū Maoli Ola as part of the KS video, “Landscape Invaders: Discovering Hawaiʻi’s Invasive and Native Plants.” View the video below.


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