News & Updates

July 29, 2019

After a lot of thought, weʻve decided to transition Wolf & Woman Collective into an LLC visual storytelling company that produces video and photo work. The work we do with community organizing and our youth programs will now be done under Creatives of Hawaiʻi, a non-profit organization that will be launching soon.

Our mission with Creatives of Hawaiʻi is to encourage publications and production companies to employ creatives based in Hawaiʻi versus flying non-locals in. By employing people who understand the islands, our stories can be told accurately and justly, ultimately shifting the stereotypical narratives about Hawaiʻi. This initiative will be curated by Wolf & Womanʻs founder, Marie Eriel Hobro, and other visual/written storytellers.

We will keep everyone updated as this transition moves along. Thank you so, so much for your endless support on Wolf & Womanʻs journey. 

November 23, 2018

Our first youth art show is almost here! Join us for our opening night on December 7, 2018 from 6-9 PM at Arts at Marks Garage.

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October 14, 2018

Weʻre so proud of the kids from our Wolf & Woman Youth Art Program for all the work theyʻve been doing lately. In October, they presented some of their incredible work during the Home Free: Aloha in Art event at Doris Duke Theatre! The event was centered around houselessness in Hawaiʻi and took place on October 14, 2018. Their presentation was followed by a panel on houselessness that featured Twinkle Borge, the leader of Puʻuhonua o Waiʻanae, Roz Sargent of Waimanalo Beach Park, and John Montanona of Kakaʻako. We canʻt wait to see the kids present their full projects during their December gallery show.