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Eddie Aikau

Eddie Aikau had the lineage of a king, and he became a modern member of Hawaii’s royal pantheon. A descendant of Hewahewa, the kahuna nui (high priest) King Kamehameha I and his…
CSM
April 9, 2019
Archive Exhibits

Making Boards the Hurley Way!

Bob Hurley started out as a surfboard shaper in Huntington Beach in the 1970s. Throughout the years, Bob has shaped thousands of board for surfers like Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew, Jay Adams, Carissa…
CSM
April 9, 2019
Archive Exhibits

Billabong Salute to Pipeline

Three factors inspired the concept of this exhibit: the legendary reputation of the wave at Pipeline, the epic history of the Pipeline Masters contest, and the virtuoso skills and equipment of the…
CSM
April 8, 2019
Archive Exhibits

Surfing and Pop Culture

A display of just a few of the commercial products (from Monopoly to Barbie to comic books) that have used surfing to sell more product. After the unexpected success of the film…
CSM
April 9, 2019
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Reflections of Tom Keck

Tom Keck started shooting surfing in California in the 1950s – and he’s still at it! To quote Tom: “Not daily now, but some surfing and events, and interesting people. I always…
CSM
December 5, 2018