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Drake Auna

Utah Division of Arts & Museums (UDAM) teaching artist.

Hana Entertainment & Toa Afi’s founder began his journey on the North Shore of Oahu. Drake Auna managed and trained professional dancers at the famous Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii.  He is also a passionate painter, and an electrician.
Drake traveled the world with the company’s promotional team to repre- sent the Polynesian islands for others everywhere. For 5 years, it brought him joy  to  share  his  heritage  with others  in  this  way. Traveling  to  the home of another gave him the opportunity to bring the Spirit of Aloha to everyone, rather than just those who could afford a trip to the islands alone. He hopes  to  continue to share his culture this way for years to come. Drake’s wife Kylie shares in his passion for learning and educating others in the art of culture. Both Drake and Kylie hope to bring under- standing to everyone about what is dear to the human soul.
Hana Entertainment gives audiences the chance to connect with Polyne- sian culture.  The cultures and presentations they specialize in are the Ha- waiian hula (dance and chanting), Ori Tahiti (Tahitian dance), Maori haka, and Samoan Fire Knife (Siva Afi).

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