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by Rena Fulgencio, JOUR 3000

Currently being shown is Jodi Endicott’s Beasts to Birds exhibit. Endicott uses animal imagery to metaphorically explore an underlying theme of power. Her show continues through September 22. (See related article, this page.)

Opening Oct. 1 through Nov. 17 will be an exhibition of screen prints by Vince Hazen titled Sugar Rats Disco. The works elevate everyday nuisance to the sanctity of high art and glitzy kitsch.
Next, two separate but simultaneous exhibitions will open Nov. 26 and run through Jan. 19, 2007. Etsuko Douglass uses ceramic to explore the relationship between the artist and the world around her as well as to examine hope and expectation of the unknown in Tsunagari—Connecting to There.

Beginning Jan. 28, the gallery will again present simultaneous exhibitions through March 9. Preservation, by Lori Uyehara, draws its primary inspiration from the diversity of the natural world and the complex relational systems that govern its evolution.

March 18 through April 27, HPU will hold its annual juried exhibition of artwork in various media by artists from the HPU community, including both students and staff.

Then, in May, Nitya Brighenti’s Hardly Easy exhibition shows the uses of oil on canvas, watercolors, and drawings to reconcile the contemporary with the classical. Finally, to open the 2007-08 academic year, an exhibition of New works by Janetta Knapp will open July 29 and continue through Sept. 21.

The HPU Art Gallery is located on its windward Hawai‘i Loa campus.For more info, call 687-7017.


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