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Arts & Entertainment

Camilla Andersson, editor

 

Whalerider opens
film series with a splash

HPU’s Viewpoint Film Series took a glimpse into the lives of New Zealand’s Maori people through the film Whalerider, which played Feb 1 in the Warmer Auditorium. The movie was followed by a discussion moderated by Dr. Lynette Cruz, assistant professor of anthropology. [More]


Paikea, played by actress Keisha Castle-Hughes, embodies the tensions of her people caught in transition between their past and modern civilization.

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Calling HPU artists:
Windward campus gallery to host juried HPU show

The HPU Art Gallery will present a juried exhibition of original art work in any media by members of the HPU ‘Ohana, including students, faculty, staff, and alumni. [More]


The HPU Art Gallery is located in the Hawai‘i Loa Academic Center. Bottom, l. and r.: Paintings shown in recent exhibitions.

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Concert Review: Chris Brown

Platinum recording artist Chris Brown performed live at the Neal Blaisdell Arena Feb. 2 to a sold out crowd of roaring fans, young and old. Known as the prince of hip-hop for his chart-topping hits, skilled choreography, and charming smile, Brown brought all these elements to Honolulu in a unique chemistry that brought the audience to its feet. [More]


Chris Brown

Illustration by Jontue Martin

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Viewpoints Film Series

What did 494 students do last semester that you may not be aware of? They attended screenings of the Viewpoints Film Series. The film series is a combination of both documentary and feature films that highlight global issues such as the environment, the conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, and cultural issues which span the globe. [More]

 

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The Constant Wife cast

HPU Theatre Director Joyce Maltby announced the cast of the University’s spring production, Somerset Maugham’s The Constant Wife, last week Monday. The play will open in April at HPU’s Paul and Vi Loo Theatre on the Hawai‘i Loa campus and will run through May. [More]

 

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Reinventing the world

“Certain distinctive tipping points, vectors, and dynamics make unexpected openings for creative change-making,” Anthony Weston states in the table of content. Westin presents the opportunity to rebuild New Orleans after the disaster of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. This book, How to Re-Imagine the World, throws out ideas that seem odd, but after reading these suggestions, the reader is left to think, “why not?” [More]

 

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Tramp, Roughrider camp out at HPU

Some giants from the past camped out on stage at the Paul and Vi Loo Theatre on the Hawai‘i Loa campus Feb. 8-10: John Muir and Teddy Roosevelt, played by Lee Stetson and Alan Sutterfield. The two actors, both former residents familiar to HPU playgoers, starred in Stetson’s two-man show, The Tramp and the Roughrider. [More]

 

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