Taylour Chang (USA/Hawai’i)

Taylour Chang serves as curator of film and performance at the Honolulu Museum of Art, where she oversees the Doris Duke Theatre, an art house cinema located in Honolulu. She also is co-curator for 2021 of Artists of Hawai’i Now, an exhibition established in 1950 that showcases contemporary work of art by Hawai’i-based artists. In 2019 she received the Art House Convergence’s Distinguished Service Award, celebrating outstanding achievements in mission-driven cinema exhibition. She started making films at an early age as a way to document the cultural and historical nuances specific to Hawai’i, and screened several films at the Hawai’i International Film Festival. Taylour received her B.A. from Yale University and double majored in Film Studies and Theatre Studies.

Ka MakaniA young graffiti writer embarks on a journey across Hawai’i to confront her father, rediscovering her connections with the land and her lineage.