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Carrying the Pacific: Pregancy, Birth, and Parenting -- Exhibit Curated at Pacific Island Ethnic Museum of Art

Stevie curated an exhibit at Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum. The exhibit centers on Pacific Islander’s birthing and pregnancy traditions, highlighting experiences and voices on maternal and infant health in this community. Stevie wanted to create a space where Pacific Islanders are not just represented, but celebrated authentically.

From the archives: This exhibit is the first of its kind that centers on Pacific Islanders’ birthing traditions, experiences and voices. Visitors will hear from culture-bearers, and see works by Pacific Islander contemporary artists Roldy Aguero, Micki Davis, Dan Taulapapa McMullin, Jason (JP) Periera, Samantha Winter Tagaloa, Lilo Tauvae, and Roquin-Jon Quichocho Siongco. Ethnographic art from PIEAM’s permanent collection will be interwoven to highlight connections with Pacific Islanders’ ancestors. The exhibit also includes the film Vanuatu Women’s Water Music, which will be showing in the media room.


Watch a video walk-through of the exhibit by clicking below. ​​

“She reminded us that health in our community starts at pregnancy and that we continue to carry the Pacific with us as diasporic people. It was powerful.”


- Manava Maealiuaki

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