Bamboo Ridge Writers Institute

Virtual HI

Event programming includes panel discussions on topics ranging from publishing in Hawaii, writing while working full-time, and the future of the literary community after COVID. Participants can also register for masterclass sessions in poetry, novel, and short story writing for an additional fee.

$20

Hawaii: Government Grants for the Arts

Congressman Ed Case, staff from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the Hawaiʻi State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

WPWW Week 3: WordPress Theme Customization  

Virtual HI

Wednesday, October 28, 7-8:30pm TAUGHT ONLINE Fee: $35 per session Instructor: John LeBlanc   Discovering and Installing Themes Working with Theme Options

Schools of the Future 2020

Virtual HI

The Schools of the Future Planning Committee is pleased announce SOTF Reimagined! Given the ongoing uncertainty presented by the Covid-19 situation, the

Blue Startups Cohort 12 Demo Day

Virtual HI
Virtual Event

Cohort 12 will be pitching live and fielding questions from a panel of Venture Capitalists. We will also have update pitches from select alumni. A virtual afterparty to follow.

Cyber Readiness for the Hybrid Workplace

Virtual HI
Virtual Event

Join our expert panel for an overview of how to build a cyber ready culture in the hybrid workplace.

Free

DataMining: Japanese Consumers

Virtual HI

Changing Landscape of Japanese Consumers and Opportunities it Reveals As Hawaii reopens to tourists, priority should be placed on leveraging data to

LocoMocoSec 2020: Kaanapali Maui

Virtual HI
Virtual Event

The Loco Moco Security Conference is a product security conference where a security engineer can learn from others' experiences. You can expect highly educational content based on security best practices that will help manage, scale, and improve all security programs.

Honolulu Science Hack

An open community meetup to hack on science projects every first Tuesday.

Python Weekly: you too can be a Pythonista!

Virtual HI

We generally host multiple topics at our 1st event of the month! We update the posts as we get closer and the topics are finalized.

First Wednesday Code for Hawaii Project Night

Virtual HI

Corona virus. CORONA VIRUS! It's getting REAL! All further meetings will be online via ZOOM: https://zoom.us/j/91044771066 Code for Hawaii, a branch of

CHANGE: Art & Culture

Virtual HI

How do we reinvigorate Hawaii’s arts and culture in this changed world? How are arts and culture at the core of a community’s well-being? How do we make arts and culture relevant for a new generation and more accessible to more people?

$7

Women in Tech: An Interview with Simone Smith

Virtual HI

Simone has spent the last year and a half working at Amazon Web Services (AWS) and currently leads the Campaign Activation team, helping to adapt and execute AWS product & solution campaigns across the world.

Second Wednesday Code for Hawaii Project Night

Virtual HI

Corona virus. CORONA VIRUS! It's getting REAL! All further meetings will be online via ZOOM: https://zoom.us/j/91044771066 Code for Hawaii, a branch of

WPWW Week 5: Putting it All Together

Virtual HI

Wednesday, November 11, 7-8:30pm TAUGHT ONLINE Fee: $35 per session Instructor: John LeBlanc   WPWW Week 5: Putting it All Together $35.00 Add

Kuleana in Music

Virtual HI
Virtual Event

Join the wahine Kahaunaele as they share with us Kuleana in Music and how they continue their kuleana and legacy of music in their ʻohana practice.