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Arts & Entertainment

Jaime Ahmed, editors

 

HPU displays community artwork in annual exhibit

The HPU Art Gallery featured its annual student artist, staff, faculty, and alumni mixed-media exhibition from March 18 to April 27. The gallery is located in the Academic Center on the Hawai‘i Loa campus and displayed paintings, photography, and drawings. All students, staff, faculty, and alumni were invited to submit their artwork, but the final selections were made by a group of panel members that included Dr. Jerome Feldman, professor of Art History at HPU. [More]


Student and staff art at the Windward campus is admired by students, visitors, and faculty alike.

Photo by Jackie Ruby

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Two concerts to benefit Ho‘olaupa‘i Project: Making Hawaiian language newspapers accessible on-line

Two exciting Hawaiian concerts will benefit the Bishop Museum’s collaborative Ho‘olaupa‘i: Hawaiian Newspaper Resource Project on May 5 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Dr. Richard T. Mamiya Theatre at St. Louis High School. [More]


Using the Internet and new digital technology, Bishop Museum is creating the world’s largest collection of written Hawaiian language material, making it easily accessible to millions at www.nupepa.org.

Courtesy Bishop Museum

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Hale‘iwa summer art festival

The 10th annual Hale‘iwa Art Festival will take place in historic Hale‘iwa town, on July 21 and 22 at the Beach Park. Nearly 10,000 people are expected to attend the festival to view art by nearly 140 artists. [More]

Courtesy Monica Karlstein

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Local Pygmalion premieres at Kumu Kahua

Teacher, Teacher by Anthony Michael Oliver will debut at Kumu Kahua Theatre May 17 and will run through June 17. [More]

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Honolulu Symphony: great endings, new beginnings

The Honolulu Symphony ‘06-‘07 season comes to an end on May 13 with a concert in tribute to some of the biggest names in musical composition. The concert will feature two shows that are sure to please any classical music enthusiast. [More]

Photo Illustration by Chizoku Kobayashi

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Modest Mouse

For more than a decade Modest Mouse has detoured from the traditional confines of alternative rock and yielded towards the production of a raw, yet ripened, configuration of sound. Their newest release, We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, has a clattering, and transmelodic sound that reflects their earlier compilations, prior to the band’s most successful, previous debut, Good News for People Who Love Bad News, and the slew of tweenies and Good Charlotte fans that floated on thereafter. [More]

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