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CURRENT EVENTS

FALL 2018

Jelly Beans-E  HARRY TSUCHIDANA: WORKS ON PAPER
August 26 – October 5, 2018 / The Art Gallery

Jelly Beans-M VIE PACIFIQUE II / PACIFIC PERIMETER EXCHANGE PRINT FOLIO 2016
September 4 – November 30, 2018 / John Young Museum of Art

Jelly Beans-E  HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT: JOSE FERREIRA + ASMA KAZMI
September 10 – 28, 2018 / Commons Gallery

Jelly Beans-A  FREE LUNCHTIME MUSIC CONCERT
(dates/times TBA) / ART Building ground floor between the galleries

Jelly Beans-E   NATHAN LYNCH: NESTS
October 1 – 19, 2018 / Commons Gallery

Jelly Beans-E   DOUBLE TAKE: FILM + TEXT WORKS BY JOHAN GRIMONPREZ
October 21 – December 6, 2018 / The Art Gallery

Jelly Beans-E  MATTHEW SZOSZ + ANNA MLASOWSKY
October 21 – November 2, 2018 / Commons Gallery

Jelly Beans-E  PINK: DREXLER + LARGUSA
November 5 – 30, 2018 / Commons Gallery

Jelly Beans-A ANNUAL GLASS + CERAMICS HOLIDAY SALE
December 5 – 9, 2018 / Commons Gallery

SPRING 2019

Jelly Beans-E  HONOLULU PRINTMAKERS
January 13 – February 8, 2019 / The Art Gallery

Jelly Beans-E  WESTON TERUYA
February 25 – March 22, 2019 / Commons Gallery

Jelly Beans-E  2019 MASTER OF FINE ARTS THESIS EXHIBITIONS
March 3 – April 5, 2019 / The Art Gallery

Jelly Beans-M HONOLULU BIENNIAL 2019
March 8 – May 5, 2019 / John Young Museum of Art

Jelly Beans-E  MATT SMITH AWARDEES
March 25 – April 5, 2019 / Commons Gallery

Jelly Beans-E  2019 BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS EXHIBITION
April 21 – May 10, 2019 / The Art Gallery + Commons Gallery

Jelly Beans-A ANNUAL GLASS + CERAMICS MOTHER’S DAY SALE
(dates/times TBA) / Commons Gallery

Information may be subject to change.

 

HARRY TSUCHIDANA: WORKS ON PAPER

Jelly Beans-E  EXHIBITION

HARRY TSUCHIDANA: WORKS ON PAPER
August 26 – October 5, 2018
The Art Gallery at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Special Events
All events are free and open to the public.

{NEW DATE DUE TO HURRICANE LANE} Sunday, September 2
2:00–3:00 p.m., Talk story with Harry Tsuchidana
3:00–5:00 p.m., Combined opening reception for
      Harry Tsuchidana: Works on Paper, The Art Gallery, UHM; and
      Emily McIlroy: Noctuary, Commons Gallery, UHM
      Live music by guitarist Christopher Hopper.

Tuesday, August 28
2:00–2:45 p.m., Talk story with Harry Tsuchidana (Session 1)
3:00–3:45 p.m., Talk story with Harry Tsuchidana (Session 2)

Exhibition Summary
More than eighty diverse drawings and paintings on paper are featured in the exhibition Harry Tsuchidana: Works on Paper, on view at The Art Gallery, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM). Although this esteemed living artist has produced an incredible volume of works over the course of his decades-long career and has received much-deserved attention in solo and group exhibitions for his paintings on canvas or board, this is only the second presentation that foregrounds his works on paper. The previous exhibition was held thirty years ago at Honolulu Academy of Arts’ Graphic Arts Gallery.

Rod Bengston, previous gallery director, UHM, selected the works in this exhibition. In conversations with Tsuchidana, Bengston identified seventeen themes and expressions—some of which the artist returned to over and over again throughout decades of his investigations. A selection of Bengston’s notes and observations accompanies the sections in the exhibition.

Recent UHM alumni are also contributing to this exhibition. Joelle Takayama (BFA, 2018) is creating a dynamic fifteen-foot long drawing that portrays the essence of Tsuchidana’s studio. Liezel Bagay (BFA, 2018) is the graphic designer of the accompanying forty-page exhibition catalogue.

Artist Statement
It’s about the process, not about hitting the target. If you hit the target you are lost.
–Harry Tsuchidana, 2018
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VIE DU PACIFIQUE II / PACIFIC PERIMETER EXCHANGE PRINT FOLIO 2016

Jelly Beans-M  MUSEUM

VIE DU PACIFIQUE II / PACIFIC PERIMETER EXCHANGE PRINT FOLIO 2016
September 4 – November 30, 2018
John Young Museum of Art

Special Events (events are free and open to the public)

Sunday, October 21
Opening Reception with Concurrent Exhibitions
Matthew Szosz + Anna Mlasowsky (Commons Gallery)
Double Take: Films by Johan Grimonprez (The Art Gallery)

1:30–1:50 p.m., Gallery walk-through with visiting artist and project director Jennifer Sanzaro-Nishimura (John Young Museum of Art)
2:00–2:20 p.m., Gallery walk-through with curators José Ferreira and Jaimey Hamilton-Faris (The Art Gallery)
2:30–2:50 p.m., Gallery walk-through with visiting artists Matthew Szosz + Anna Mlasowsky (Commons Gallery)
3:00–5:00 p.m., Opening reception (ART Building Breezeway)
Other events (TBA)

The Vie Du Pacifique II Print Folio 2016 is a collaborative project organized by Jennifer Sanzaro-Nishimura, an artist and a faculty member at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. She conceived of the project to resist fear-driven politics that erect false racial and cultural barriers by creating possibilities for artists to have face to face contact in collaborative workshops and residencies throughout the Pacific region. The folio features works by artists from the Migaloo Press (Brisbane, Australia), Crow Street Creatives (Gladstone, Australia), Black Dolphin Workshop (California, US), Arm & Roller Press (Honolulu, US), Tama Institute of Art and Design (Tokyo, Japan), Studio Printmakers of Auckland (New Zealand) and Kastom Kollektiv (Vanuatu/Australia). It also includes a number of invited artists from South East Queensland.

Sanzaro-Nishimura has been a printmaker for over 26 years and works across most forms of print-media including, relief, intaglio, lithography in various forms, monotype, serigraph and digital. She is a faculty member at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University and completed a Doctor of Visual Arts at QCA in 2013. She was president of Impress Printmakers Studio Brisbane from 2008–14, facilitating their transition into Kedron Tramway Substation no 8 (now Impress Printmakers Studio and Gallery). She is a master printer commissioned to print for Judy Watson and Inkahoots. She also conducts printmaking workshops for community printmaking groups such as Flying Arts Alliance, Migaloo Press, and Cursing Crows Press (Jenny’s home studio). She exhibits regularly in group and solo shows. Her work is held in public and private collections nationally and internationally.

Sponsors University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of Art + Art History and College of Arts + Humanities; and supported by John Young Foundation; Student Activity & Program Fee Board, UHM; Cooke Foundation, Limited; Waikiki Parc Hotel – Hospitality Sponsor for the Arts at UH Mānoa.

Gallery hours + admission:
Mon. – Fri. 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays; Nov. 6, Election Day; Nov. 12, Veterans Day; Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day; Nov. 23, Non-instructional day.

Free admission. Donations are appreciated.
Parking fees may apply.

Image:
(top)
Yoshimi Teh
Swept Toward the Unknown, 2016 (detail)
lithograph, chine collé
9.5 x 20.5 cm

(bottom)
Jennifer Sanzaro-Nishimura
Sinking Paradise, 2016 (detail)
woodprint, linoprint
9.5 x 20.5 cm

Information may be subject to change.


HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT: JOSE FERREIRA + ASMA KAZMI

Jelly Beans-E  EXHIBITION

HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT: JOSE FERREIRA + ASMA KAZMI
September 10 – 28, 2018
Commons Gallery

Special Events: (all events are free and open to the public)

Wednesday, September 5
Asma Kazmi interview on Bytemarks Café / Hawai’i Public Radio
Airs at 6:30pm on 88.1FM – HPR-1 as well as on hawaiipublicradio.org
Listen here (0:50-8:50)

Monday, September 10
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Gallery walk-through
4:00 – 5:00 Reception

Exhibition Summary
This exhibition project explores the exigencies of societal change that synchronously valorize technology over labor. The artists explore the demands of labor placed on us, as the demands of civic and social alienation threaten to overwhelm us. The project speaks about the building of borders—material and symbolic—giving rise to social exclusion and limiting the expression of local cultures. Jose Ferreira and Asma Kazmi both utilize different disciplines, processes, materials, ways of knowing, and experiencing, to make their work.

In Ferreira’s work he explores the demands of production—a relentless post-industrial labor effort that exacerbates the lack of sleep, accompanied by deep anxiety, which has become endemic to survival. He critically scrutinizes the way government, corporations and the military have focused their energies on developing a way to minimize the necessity for sleep, as part of an endless drive of production, without compromising efficiency, and the implications of these concepts for society at large. This installation distills some objects, photographs and texts to create a dystopian a landscape, a place where people can function, but are not heard.

For Kazmi, Cranes and Cube maps the radically changing sites and topographies of the urban landscape. The project surveys the political force fields of idealism and grandeur of the real estate boom in many cities, which is in dialogue with the tides of reconfiguration of historic structures and old neighborhoods. Thinking of the city as a palimpsest, Cranes and Cube is concerned with reading simultaneous strata of changes to the environment to make visible aspects of architecture that subsume and ambiguate each other. Using multiple media, this artwork reproduces construction sites, over-the-top building technologies, as well as ostentatious architectural forms to identify a middle-class/upper-middle-class desire to perpetuate de-historicized building vocabularies tied to a global rather than a local turn in architectural design.

Artist Bios
Born in Mozambique, Jose Ferreira moved to South Africa to study Fine Art at the Durban University of Technology. After living in Europe he returned to South Africa in 1998 to co-initiate The Trinity Session, a curatorial organization that develops projects in collaboration with artists and institutions. In early 2002 he began working in the Cultural Studies department at the University of East London, United Kingdom, later accepting a position as Research Fellow in Digital Media, at the University of Sunderland, United Kingdom. Before joining UH Manoa he was a faculty member at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Artistic Director of Sculpture at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

Asma Kazmi creates transdisciplinary, performative, relational works where people, media, and objects come together. She is the recipient of many awards including the Fulbright Research Award, (CIES) to India; the Faculty Research Grant, CalArts; the Great Rivers Biennial by the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis; Rocket Grant, the Charlotte Street Foundation and the Spencer Museum of Art at Kansas University; At the Edge: Innovative Art in Chicago Award, the University of Illinois in Chicago; and the Creative Stimulus Award, Critical Mass for the Visual Arts, St. Louis.

Sponsors University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of Art + Art History and College of Arts + Humanities; Center for South Asian Studies Rama Watumull Collaborative Lecture Series; and supported by Waikiki Parc Hotel – Hospitality Sponsor for the Arts at UH Mānoa; and anonymous donors.

Gallery hours + admission:
Mon. – Fri. 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sun. 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays;

Free admission. Donations are appreciated.
Parking fees may apply.
Directions

Images:
(top) Asma Kazmi
Burqa Girls, 2015
Courtesy of the artist.

(bottom) José Ferreira
Courtesy of the artist.

Information may be subject to change.


NATHAN LYNCH: NESTS

Jelly Beans-E  EXHIBITION

NATHAN LYNCH : NESTS
October 1 – 19, 2018
Commons Gallery

Special Events (free and open to the public)
Tuesday, October 2
3:00 – 3:30 pm Meet the artist (Commons Gallery)
3:30 – 4:30 pm ART + SCIENCE Panel Discussion (ART Auditorium)

Panelists
Gaye Chan: artist and Professor, UHM Department of Art + Art History
Michelle Hester: executive director of Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge
Nathan Lynch: artist and Professor, California College of the Arts
• Justin Walguarnery: Assistant Professor, UHM Department of Biology

Exhibition Summary
Since 2009 ceramic artist Nathan Lynch has collaborated with MORELAB and Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge to design and fabricate nest modules that provide threatened seabirds interim breeding sites and shelters. In particular, the nests are designed to mitigate the impacts of burrow collapse due to erosion and mortality from nest predators. Lynch has designed 5 habitats to date. His most recent nests, designed for shearwaters, are being tested at Black Point, O‘ahu.

Lynch’s work offers an exciting and important example of multidisciplinary applied research between artists and scientists. He is faculty and Chair of the Ceramics Program at California College of the Arts in Oakland. As a sculptor and performance artist, Lynch has made collaboration and experimentation major components of his practice.
Video

Sponsors
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of Art + Art History and College of Arts + Humanities, and supported by Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge; Waikiki Parc Hotel – Hospitality Sponsor for the Arts at UH Mānoa; and anonymous donors.

Gallery hours + admission:
Mon. – Fri. 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Free admission. Donations are appreciated.
Parking fees may apply.
Directions

Image:
Nathan Lynch
ano-nuevo
Courtesy of the artist.

Information may be subject to change.


DOUBLE TAKE: FILM + TEXT WORKS BY JOHAN GRIMONPREZ

Jelly Beans-E  EXHIBITION

Double Take: Film and Text Works by Johan Grimonprez
October 21 – December 6, 2018
The Art Gallery at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Special events:
All events are free and open to the public.

Sunday, October 21
Opening Reception with Concurrent Exhibitions
Vie du Pacifique II (John Young Museum of Art)
Matthew Szosz + Anna Mlasowsky (Commons Gallery)

1:30–1:50 p.m., Gallery walk-through with visiting artist and project director Jennifer Sanzaro-Nishimura (John Young Museum of Art)
2:00–2:20 p.m., Gallery walk-through with curators Jaimey Hamilton-Faris and José Ferreira (The Art Gallery)
2:30–2:50 p.m., Gallery walk-through with visiting artists Matthew Szosz + Anna Mlasowsky at the Commons Gallery
3:00–5:00 p.m., Opening reception (ART Building Breezeway)

Wednesday, October 24 at 7pm
Artist Talk with Johan Grimonprez via Skype (Room 101)

Thursday, November 1, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Film, Fact, Fiction, and FearForum with Christina Gerhardt, Markus Wessendorf, and Jairus Grove (Room 101)

Exhibition Summary:
In provocative and groundbreaking film essays and video installations artist and filmmaker Johan Grimonprez explores the evasive effects of media illusion on historical memory. Grimonprez is best known for his films Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y (1997), a critically-acclaimed examination of representations of airplane hijackings, Double Take (2009), a poetic interpretation of Cold War politics told through Alfred Hitchcock’s eyes, and Shadow World (2017) an exposé of the weapons-trade deals. Using a combination of found footage and scripted fictional scenarios, Grimonprez invokes the double take, that uncanny feeling that one has missed something the first time around and needs to look again. Can the double take invite the spectator to negotiate the difference between fact and fiction in our ever more mediated political arena?

About the Artist
Johan Grimonprez was born in Roeselare, Belgium in 1962. He studied at the School of Visual Arts and attended the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York. He now divides his time between Belgium and New York and is a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts, New York. His distributors are Soda Pictures and Kino Lorber International, and his artwork is represented by the Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, and the gallerie kamel mennour, Paris.

About the Curators
Jaimey Hamilton Faris is Associate Professor of Critical Theory and Art History at UHM. She has published on representations of global economies, free market structures, and global trade in Art Journal, October, Art Margins and in her book Uncommon Goods (2013). Jose Ferreira is Assistant Professor of Sculpture at UHM. Ferreira has exhibited internationally at The Hyde Park Art Centre, Chicago; The 8th Havanna Biennale, Cuba; Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York City; The Market Theatre Galleries, Johannesburg; Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, and many others.

About the Panelists
Christina Gerhardt is Associate Professor of Film and German Studies at UHM. She is author of Screening the Red Army Faction: Historical and Cultural Memory (2018), co-editor of 1968 and Global Cinema (2018) and of Celluloid Revolt: German Screen Cultures and the Long 1968 (2019). Her writing has been published in the journals Cineaste, Film Criticism, Film Quarterly, German Studies Review, Humanities, Mosaic, New German Critique, Quarterly Review of Film and Video and The Sixties.

Markus Wessendorf is Professor of Theatre and Dance and Acting Chair of the Academy for Creative Media at UHM. Wessendorf specializes in devised theatre, dramaturgy, and multi-
media performance. His more recent research focus has been on the interrelationships between performance and surveillance. In 2015 he organized a symposium on “Dramaturgies of Surveillance: Edward Snowden, the Security State, and the Theatre” at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.

Jairus Grove is Associate Professor of Political Science at UHM. His research is centered on the ecology and future of global warfare. He has articles in International Political Sociology, Theory & Event, and Critical Studies on Security as well as two books on the subject: Target Practice: Automated Killing and the Dehumanization of American Sovereignty (Rowman and Littlefield, May 2018) and Savage Ecology: Geopolitics at the End of the World (Duke University Press, 2018).

Sponsors
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of Art + Art History and College of Arts + Humanities; Laila Twigg-Smith Art Fund of the Hawai’i Community Foundation; Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawai‘i or grants from the National Endowment for the Arts; Women’s Campus Club, UHM; Student Activity & Program Fee Board, UHM; SEED IDEAS, UHM; and supported by Waikiki Parc Hotel – Hospitality Sponsor for the Arts at UH Mānoa; and anonymous donors.

Address, Hours, + Admission
University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery
2535 McCarthy Mall, Honolulu (UH Mānoa campus)
Mon. – Fri. 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; Sun. 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Closed: Saturdays; Nov. 6, Election Day; Nov. 12, Veterans Day; Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day; Nov. 23, Non-instructional day.
Free admission. Donations are appreciated.
Parking fees may apply.
Directions

Image:
Johan Grimonprez
Looking for Alfred, 2009 (film, detail)

Information may be subject to change.

 

MATTHEW SZOSZ + ANNA MLASOWSKY

Jelly Beans-E  EXHIBITION

Matthew Szosz + Anna Mlasowsky
October 21 – November 2, 2018
Commons Gallery

Special Events
All events are free and open to the public.

Sunday, October 21
Opening Reception with Concurrent Exhibitions
Vie du Pacifique II (John Young Museum of Art)
Double Take: Films by Johan Grimonprez (The Art Gallery)

1:30–1:50 p.m., Gallery walk-through with visiting artist and project director Jennifer Sanzaro-Nishimura (John Young Museum of Art)
2:00–2:20 p.m., Gallery walk-through with curators José Ferreira and Jaimey Hamilton-Faris (The Art Gallery)
2:30–2:50 p.m., Gallery walk-through with visiting artists Matthew Szosz + Anna Mlasowsky (Commons Gallery)
3:00–5:00 p.m., Opening reception (ART Building Breezeway)

Exhibition Summary
This exhibition will feature the works produced on site by two artists-in-residence during fall 2018.

Artist Bios
Matthew Szosz
Born in Rhode Island, Matthew Szösz has received a BFA, a BID (Industrial Design), and an MFA (Glass) from Rhode Island School of Design. He has worked professionally in art and art related fields in Rhode Island, New Mexico and California for the last twelve years. He was an Emerging Artist in Residence at Pilchuck in 2007, and a Wheaton Fellow in 2008. In 2009 he was an artist in residence at Nagoya Institute for the Arts and taught a workshop at Toyama Glass Institute. He won the 2009 Jutta Cuny-Franz Memorial Award, becoming the second American ever to do so. More recently he has been the Craftsperson in Residence at Virginia Commonwealth University and a Proctor Fellow at Australia National University. In 2010 he founded Hyperopia Projects, a curatorial organization for the promotion of experimental and cross-genre work. In 2011 he was the Executive Director of Public Glass, a San Francisco non-profit, and was a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant Winner. This year he will complete residencies at the Toledo Museum of Art, Canberra Glassworks, and the Danish Royal Academy, Bornholm and was selected by the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution as one of the top young Craft artists in America for their exhibition 40 under 40.
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PINK: DREXLER + LARGUSA

Jelly Beans-E  EXHIBITION

PINK: DREXLER + LARGUSA
November 5 – November 30, 2018
Commons Gallery

This exhibition poses an artistic challenge to two contemporary Hawai‘i painters, Debra Drexler and Kalani Largusa. They have agreed to create a new series of large-scale paintings that investigate the formal, referential and symbolic aspects of the color PINK, including its relationship to technology, culture, psychology, literature, science, art history and gender.

Debra Drexler, Professor of Drawing and Painting at the University of Hawai‘i, maintains studios in both New York and O‘ahu, and her work is informed by her unique bi-coastal experience. She has had over thirty solo and over 100 group exhibitions in national and international venues. Recently, she has also worked with a number of galleries in New York, Brooklyn, and New Jersey, including Gallery Gary Giordano (two-person, 2017), The Dorado Project (solo, 2016), Van Der Plas Gallery (solo, 2017; solo, 2015; three person, 2014), and H.P. Garcia Gallery (solo, 2009, 2010)). In 2017 she received strong reviews in Whitehot Magazine and Arte Fuse, and was featured on The Kalm Report. Group exhibitions include The Drawing Center, Exit Art, The Curator Gallery, Ground Floor Gallery, Denise Bibro, Sideshow Gallery, Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, Creon Gallery, and AFP.

Kalani Largusa is from Kapahi, Kauai. He earned his MFA from the University of Hawai‘i in 2016. He previously studied drawing and illustration at the California College of Arts [CCA] and received his BFA in painting studio practice from the School of Art Institute of Chicago in 2013. He was a San Diego Comic Convention invitee to the Comic Scholar Poster Session, a guest speaker at San Francisco’s WonderCon, and the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo to present his paper entitled ‘The significance of Kato and the evolution of his role as the Green Hornets sidekick.’ Kalani was also a feature artist in Chicago’s Next Generation, 18th annual Asian American Showcase in 2013.

Largusa’s work centers on process of painting filtered through Polynesian tattoo symbolism and methodology, and ‘almost western’ comic book iconography. Whether sharp detailed draftsmanship, mixed-media journaling, or large non-representational paintings, Largusa’s work is ultimately an investigation of marks.

Sponsors
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of Art + Art History and College of Arts + Humanities; and supported by Waikiki Parc Hotel – Hospitality Sponsor for the Arts at UH Mānoa; and anonymous donors.

Gallery Hours + Admission
Mon. – Fri. 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sun. 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays; Nov. 6, Election Day; Nov. 12, Veterans Day; Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day; Nov. 23, Non-instructional day.

Free admission. Donations are appreciated.
Parking fees may apply.
Directions

Images:
(top)
Debra Drexler
Courtesy of the artist.

(bottom)
Kalani Largusa
and for a moment, stood, 2018 (detail)
84 x 84 inches
Courtesy of the artist.

Information may be subject to change.


ANNUAL GLASS + CERAMICS HOLIDAY SALE 2018

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Jelly Beans-A  ART  EVENTS  

ANNUAL GLASS + CERAMICS HOLIDAY SALE 2018

December 5 – 9, 2018 / Commons Gallery

The annual Glass + Ceramic Holiday Sale features great holiday gifts! Check off your gift list and support the art students and the Department of Art + Art History.

Hours:
Wednesday, December 5
4 – 7 pm

Thursday – Sunday, December 6 – 9:
10 am – 4 pm

Directions + where to park
Parking fees may apply.

For more information contact:
Brad Taylor, brad.e.taylor@hawaii.edu
Shawn Spangler, sspang@hawaii.edu; 808-956-5257


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Jelly Beans-E  EXHIBITIONS
Jelly Beans-I  INTERSECTIONS
Jelly Beans-A  ART EVENTS
Jelly Beans-S  SATELLITE EVENTS
Jelly Beans-M  MUSEUM

 
2017-2018

Jelly Beans-E  Emily McIlroy: Noctuary

 
2017-2018

Jelly Beans-E  Beauty of Mokuhanga : Discipline & Sensibility
Jelly Beans-E  Tinfish at 22
Jelly Beans-A  Amy Yao : Visiting Artist + Presentation
Jelly Beans-A  Symposium : Tradition and Contemporaneity In the Arts of Asia

 
2016-2017

Jelly Beans-E  12 x 12
Jelly Beans-E  Drew Broderick with Gan Ueda : Diamond Head
Jelly Beans-E  Peter Chamberlain : Aesthetic Surplus Kompany
Jelly Beans-E  Earth, Sky, Time, Light, Space : The Ceramic Art of Wayne Higby
Jelly Beans-E  Goodgirl
Jelly Beans-E  Imayō : Japan’s New Traditionists
Jelly Beans-E  Nick Potter : 1000 Utopias
Jelly Beans-E  Readymade Place
Jelly Beans-E  Markus Vogl + Margarita Benitez : Collider 7 [Voxel]
Jelly Beans-E  Thomas Walker : Painted Forms : Recent Investigations
Jelly Beans-A  Artists In Residence : Map Office
Jelly Beans-A  Roundtable : Art and Critical Geographies In Hawai‘i
Jelly Beans-A  Visiting Scholar/Curator : Defne Ayasi
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Dana Brewer
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Michael Connolley
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features David Harada
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Momoe Nakajima
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Janet Tran
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Taylor Johnson
Jelly Beans-M  Fragments & Empire : Cambodian Art from the Angkor Period
Jelly Beans-M  The Laminated Print: Origins + Process of Chine Collé
Jelly Beans-M  Ula Leo / ‘Imaikalani Kalahele + Cory Taum

 
2015-2016

Jelly Beans-E  Andrew Binkley : Portals
Jelly Beans-E  Cephalopod Interface
Jelly Beans-E  Chris Bird Jones : ohi, ho’ahu, gather, casglu
Jelly Beans-E  Extended Personhood—An Exhibition of Postcards from Hawai‘i Between 1898 – 1920
Jelly Beans-E  Kelly Ciurej : Foreign Fruit
Jelly Beans-E  Jan Dickey : Pieces of Napoleon Blownapart
Jelly Beans-E  Groeniger [Meta]
Jelly Beans-E  Hunt+Gather
Jelly Beans-E  New New York : Abstract Painting in the 21st Century
Jelly Beans-E  KALO
Jelly Beans-E  Under Pressure: Editioned Prints from ART 318, Intermediate Printmaking
Jelly Beans-E  Jenny Sanzaro-Nishimura
Jelly Beans-E  KALO
Jelly Beans-E  Selections from the Collection of Arm & Roller Press
Jelly Beans-E  Ways of Looking
Jelly Beans-I  Julia Bryan-Wilson
Jelly Beans-I  Andrea Dezsö
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Percy Lam
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Erin Marquez
Jelly Beans-S  Waikiki Parc Features Shannon Webb

 
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