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ARTS at Marks: Hot August Knights joust for attention

The Arts at Marks Garage, right around the corner and down Pauahi Street at 1159 Nuuanu Avenue, presents a major summer exhibit by “Five brave men who deliver the high-powered visual poetics demanded by our time and place,” according to Rich Richardson, gallery creative director. [More]


A sculpture by Chris Reiner.

Photo courtesy of The Arts at Marks Garage

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Exhibit honors Hawaiian women, island culture

HPU’s summer art exhibit, “Moth, Nail, X,” featured work by local artist Puni Kukahiko at the Windward Campus Gallery from May 7-July 21. [More]

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HPU theater announces schedule, auditions
Lion in Winter opens fall season

The HPU Theatre has selected two 20th century plays for its 2006-2007 season, according to theater director Joyce Maltby. The fall offering, with auditions Sept. 8-10, is James Goldman’s historical drama, The Lion in Winter, familiar to many theatergoers from the 1968 film staring Peter O’Toole and Katherine Hepburn. It opens Nov. 10 and runs Thursday–Sunday through Dec. 10. The spring production will be Anton Chekov’s The Cherry Orchard. Auditions will be in January and the play will open in late March. [More]


Katherine Hepburn and Peter O’Toole in the 1968 film The Lion in Winter.

Web photo

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Animal metaphors at windward campus gallery

“The power of the group and the strength of the individual” are metaphorically represented by animals, according to artist Jodi Endicott, whose work is featured in HPU’s current exhibition, Beasts to Birds, which opened July 30 at the windwrd Hawai‘i Loa campus gallery. [More]


Green Bull 2005 by Jodi Endicott.

Photo by Eddie London

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Exhibition schedule announced

Hawai‘i Pacific University’s Art Gallery showcases the work of Hawai‘i artists via a year-long schedule of exhibitions. “Our selection this year includes an exciting diversity of media and styles,” said HPU Gallery Curator Sanit Khewhok, “including group and solo exhibitions.” [More]

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HPU choir in: Austria

After two years of planning, six weeks of intense rehearsals, some fund-raising concerts and hundreds of car washes, HPU’s International Vocal Ensemble finally made it to Austria. [More]


Davinia Yalimaiwai and Amy Comer (left) take advantage of a photo opportunity while touring the city of Salzburg.

Courtesy of HPU Choir

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