Moʻo is an exhibition of new work by senior Kapili Naehu-Ramos. Moʻo is composed of strips or fragments of Hawaiian stories and genealogies in a show featuring weaving and poetry, as well as dyed, printed, and painted fabrics. It is in reverence of the feminine. Naehu-Ramos is majoring in the Department of Art & Archaeology’s Practice of Art Track, which is offered in collaboration with the Program in Visual Arts.

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Exhibition Details

The exhibition is free and open to the public; no tickets required. The Hurley Gallery is open daily 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Get directions to the Hurley Gallery, located on the mezzanine level of the Lewis Arts complex.


symbol for wheelchair accessibilityThe Hurley Gallery is an accessible venue. The best accessible entrance to the Hurley Gallery is via the Plaza level entrance using the Arts Tower elevator (down to level M). Visit our Venues and Studios section for accessibility information at our various locations. Guests in need of access accommodations are invited to contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email at least one week in advance of the event date.

Presented By

  • Program in Visual Arts