Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-06-10 21:20:33 –
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Honolulu (KHON2) — A recent graduate of Punahou School and founder of Artists Save Waves, Stephanie Hung of the environment “ARTivist” unveiled her latest mural in Pearl City on June 7th to commemorate World Ocean Month.
Hung collaborated with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii on the artwork exhibited at the Hickam Federal Credit Union’s main store on 1260 Kuala Street.
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The mural, entitled “See the Light,” aims to raise awareness of Hawaii’s sea and land conservation and conservation.
“Mural paintings always remind everyone who sees and learns that we all need to see the light and live with determination to protect the island and the precious environment. I hope it will be, “Hun said. “Old divers in murals shed a beam of light in the way things looked like they used to. We need to be aware that we pollute our homes and can’t keep them in the trash. Be careful and let’s see the light together. ”
The mural was announced at the same time as the launch of Hickam FCU’s “Cards with a Cause” campaign. This includes the rollout of five new credit / debit card designs created by Hung. Hickam FCU makes a year-round donation to Hung’s non-profit artist Save Waves every time it uses a new card that supports contactless payments to enhance fraud prevention.
In return, Artists Save Waves will donate to Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii.
“We really value this partnership with Stephanie and what this young, talented and inspirational person is doing to contribute to Hawaii’s environmental protection. That’s all of us. That’s what Rafael Bergstrom, executive director of Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, said.
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