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Arts & Entertainment

Susie Contreras and Grace Liao, editors

 

Public museum exhibits local artists

Hawaiian culture is expressed in various forms of dance, food, ‘ohana, and art. These are all celebrated at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum, located at 250 S. Hotel St., which showcases Hawaiian spirit and heritage as it is expressed in art. The museum supports many local artists, coordinates community events, and expresses for the whole community the essence of Hawaiian culture. In addition to its upcoming exhibition, Art in Public Places, the museum sponsors a regular series of programs: Live from the Lawn, Gallery Talks, and Meet the Artist. These are all great ways to get involved in the community, learn more about local culture, and meet new people. [More]


Leaves by sculptor Ed Carpenter, in the square at the entrance to the new John A. Burns Medical Center in Kaka'ako..

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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Crimson Gold:
Film depicts harsh reality of Iranian life

“Extreme Fiber” is not necessarily an appropriate title for the Hawai‘i Handweavers’ Hui art exhibition currently on display at the HPU art gallery. This is because some of the handcrafted materials are actually wearable. One of the more striking pieces is a lightweight coat that dangles from the ceiling. Done by Helen Friend, the piece is titled Cut Your Coat According to the Cloth. The coat is constructed of netting, organza, and newsprint. Snippets of different phrases such as “Change Your View,” “Be Confident & Smile Again,” and “No Regrets” and several other positive words were neatly stitched into the coat with red and black zigzag stitching. The buttons of the coat were fashioned of bits of old credit cards. [More]


Aztia Rayeji plays the unlucky bride stuck in traffic while in the middle of events that lead up to the robbery.

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