Bank of Hawaii Family Sundays feature entertainment and activities suitable for families and people of all ages.
The FREE family event (11am-5pm, activities stop at 3pm) in February will have a Steampunk theme, with art activities including creating Steampunk goggles/glasses, Mori Girl and Steam Boy
decorative pins, and Kawaii Keychains. Let's make it a meetup!
The Honolulu Museum of Art will have a mix of both Harajuku and Steampunk activities going on throughout the day, so it's no problem if we come dressed in European style steampunk.
They will also have a musical performance from a local folk/indie band, "Hook and Line." It should be a fun day!
Part of the Harajuku Street Fashion exhibition, this event features "Mori style," which has been heavily influenced by Steampunk in recent years.
“Mori” means forest, and this genre has its followers looking like they live in a sun-dappled glen with Bambi. They wear a natural, woodsy assortment of vintage earthy colors and layers, often integrating elements of crochet, knit and lace. Mori Girls rifle through vintage boutiques, second-hand stores, thrift shops and flea markets on the hunt for elements to create the battered, worn, yet elegant look."
When: Saturday, Feb. 21, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Honolulu Museum of Art