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Kohala Elementary School studies Korean culture

Kohala Elementary fifth graders made Korean masks, learned a Korean mask dance, explored mask improvisations through drama and learned Korean culture and history for the weeks of April 21 through 28. Korean Mask Dance-Drama artist in residence is Bonnie Kim. The KES Artists in the Schools program funded by the State Foundation on Culture & the Arts and by North Kohala Student Cultural and Enrichment Program. (PHOTO COURTESY OF KES FOR NHN)
Kohala Elementary fifth graders made Korean masks, learned a Korean mask dance, explored mask improvisations through drama and learned Korean culture and history for the weeks of April 21 through 28. Korean Mask Dance-Drama artist in residence is Bonnie Kim. The KES Artists in the Schools program funded by the State Foundation on Culture & the Arts and by North Kohala Student Cultural and Enrichment Program. (PHOTO COURTESY OF KES FOR NHN)

Kohala Elementary fifth graders made Korean masks, learned a Korean mask dance, explored mask improvisations through drama and learned Korean culture and history for the weeks of April 21 through 28. Korean Mask Dance-Drama artist in residence is Bonnie Kim. The KES Artists in the Schools program funded by the State Foundation on Culture & the Arts and by North Kohala Student Cultural and Enrichment Program. (PHOTO COURTESY OF KES FOR NHN)