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Arts & Entertainment

Brittany Yap and Anna Cherkasova, editor

 

HPU exhibits showcased student are

Yumika Komatsu, 21, a visual communications major at HPU, was excited to learn from one of her professors about HPU’s annual art exhibit. She immediately submitted her portfolio, and the judges chose six of her paintings to be in the exhibit. [More]

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In Tune

Marjorie Fair

A debut worth waiting for

In the wake of psychedelic pop music creators like Neil Young and Radiohead is a new California-based band called Marjorie Fair. Its debut album, called Self Helped Serenade, was originally recorded in 2002 but not released until this year, and it is predicted to soon be on discs around the world. [More]

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Art lovers? Come to First Friday

On the first Friday of every month, from 5 to 9 p.m., Honolulu’s downtown art galleries dress up and open their doors for a Downtown Gallery Walk, a self-guided tour of the arts, artists, music and dance provided by more than 24 art galleries. Painters, photographers, sculptors, tattoo artists, muscians, dancers, and performers collaborate to create a carnival atmosphere bringing people to downtown businesses displaying a wide variety of creative expression to the community. [More]

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Poetry entries sought

HPU seeks entries for the James M. Vaughan Award for Poetry. The award will recognize a Hawai‘i writer for an outstanding poem or group of poems. The winner will receive a $500 cash award and have his or her works featured in Hawai‘i Pacific Review, the annual literary magazine published by HPU. [More]

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