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Marquis Brack, Lennie Omalza, and Jenina Singh, editors

 

History comes to life at Honolulu Academy of Arts
Ansel Adam’s Manzanar photos on display

Ansel Adams at Manzanar will be presented at the Honolulu Academy of Arts through Oct. 29 in the Henry R. Luce Gallery. The exhibition features photographic portraits of Japanese Americans who were interned in relocation centers by the American government during World War II. [More]


The entrance of Manzanar War Relocation Center.

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Oceanic debuts OC Tunes

Oceanic Time Warner Cable launched an online music store, August 24, giving local artists and listeners access to one of the planet’s largest libraries of island music not available on itunes or other digital music stores. The site also allows access to millions of tracks from the world’s largest record labels and to the many other features and merchandise. [More]

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Blues, Brews, and BBQ!
Summer festival attracts college students

Crowds filled the streets for great eats and fantastic music. [More]

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Contemporary museum celebrates Filipino culture in Hawai‘i

This year marks a centennial for Filipino culture and its influence in Hawai‘i. As early as 1906, Filipino immigrants were arriving in the islands to work on the plantations. In recognition of Filipino influence on local culture, The Contemporary Museum has mounted an exhibition of works from several Filipino artists at The First Hawaiian Bank Tower in downtown Honolulu. The exhibit features printmaking, photography, and mixed media works by 10 artists who address contemporary issues of gender, family history, and identity. [More]


Aritist Trisha Lagaso Goldberg displays Filipino formal wear to pay tribute to the lives of her grandparents. “The honorific garments pay tribute to the lives of grandparents. Also, provide two views: one, what they worked with, and two, what their work means.”

Photo by Eddie London

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