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CURRENT EVENTS

SPRING 2018   ISOTOPIA PACIFICA, STEFANE PERRAUD COLLABORATION WITH ARAM KEBABDJIAN November 26, 2017 – February 9, 2018 / The Art Gallery   ARTIST TALK YOLA MONAKHOV STOCKTON January 23, 2018, noon to 2pm / ART room 331   ARTIST TALK MICHAEL WANG February 20, 2018, 4:00 p.m. / ART room 101   WHORL / JACQUELINE RUSH LEE Installation  Continue Reading »

ISOTOPIA PACIFICA, STÉFANE PERRAUD COLLABORATION WITH ARAM KEBABDJIAN

  EXHIBITION Isotopia Pacifica, Stéfane Perraud
 Collaboration with Aram Kebabdjian November 26, 2017 – February 9, 2018 The Art Gallery at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Aloha and Welcome to Isotopia!, by Noe Tanigawa, Hawaii Public Radio Special events: All events are free and open to the public. Sunday, November 26 2:00–3:00 p.m., Gallery walk-through  Continue Reading »

ISOTOPIA PACIFICA ARTIST INFO, STATEMENT, + IMAGES

ARTIST STATEMENT: My research is the nuclear spectrum: touching that which would be the sign or the form of the nuclear effect by imagining a radiant body, a material live, mutant and bombarded with isotopes. Isotopia is the parallel world, utopia infernal, built from the table of isotopes which serves as a workshop and exhibition  Continue Reading »

FLESH/WATER

  EXHIBITION Flesh/Water January 8 – 26, 2018 Commons Gallery Flesh/Water is a group exhibition of photographic-based work that brings together diverse stories of artists from around the country as they interpret and express their own relationships to water. This theme can be interpreted in several ways, and is open to each artist’s ways of awareness  Continue Reading »

TOKYO MIDTOWN 2017: MIYA KANEKO

  EXHIBITION Tokyo Midtown 2017 Grand Prize Winner: Miya Kaneko January 30 – February 7, 2018 Commons Gallery This exhibition highlights the work of Miya Kaneko, grand prize winner of the Tokyo Midtown 2017 annual art and design competition. Miya Kaneko graduated in 2011 from Tama Art University with a bachelor’s degree in metal works. She  Continue Reading »

MATERIAL SLIP

  EXHIBITION MATERIAL SLIP March 4 – April 6, 2018 Commons Gallery Combined opening reception for: Material Slip, Commons Gallery, UHM 2018 MFA Thesis Exhibitions, The Art Gallery, UHM The Body Extended, John Young Museum of Art, UHM Sunday, March 4, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., The Art Gallery Artists Margery Amdur (Philadelphia, PA), Diana Baumbach (Laramie,  Continue Reading »

2018 BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS EXHIBITION

  EXHIBITION 2018 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition features works by BFA students in graphic design + studio art April 22 – May 11, 2018 Commons Gallery (graphic design BFA) The Art Gallery (studio art BFA) Sunday, April 22 2–3 pm, Awards Ceremony, ART Auditorium 3–5 pm, Reception, The Art Gallery (TBA) Gallery walk-throughs with the  Continue Reading »

ARCHIVE : EXHIBITION + EVENTS

LEGEND   EXHIBITIONS   INTERSECTIONS   ART EVENTS   SATELLITE EVENTS   MUSEUM   2017-2018   Beauty of Mokuhanga : Discipline & Sensibility   Tinfish at 22   Amy Yao : Visiting Artist + Presentation   Symposium : Tradition and Contemporaneity In the Arts of Asia   2016-2017   12 x 12   Drew Broderick with Gan Ueda : Diamond Head   Peter Chamberlain : Aesthetic Surplus  Continue Reading »

Native Sovereignty and Health Science via Indigenous Public Art in Alaska, Lecture by Edgar Heap of Birds

Native Sovereignty and Health Science via Indigenous Public Art in Alaska Lecture by Edgar Heap of Birds Wednesday, December 20, 2017 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. John Young Museum of Art Krauss Hall, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Free admission. Parking fees may apply. In this lecture, Edgar Heap of Birds will cover topics of health  Continue Reading »

WAIKIKI PARC FEATURES TAYLOR JOHNSON

  SATELLITE TAYLOR JOHNSON at WAIKIKI PARC GALLERY September 21 – December 8, 2017 Public Reception: Thursday, September 21, 2017 / 6-8pm Taylor Johnson‘s installation and prints are highlighted as part of an expanded arts partnership of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM), the Halekulani and its sister hotel, the Waikiki Parc. Taylor Johnson is  Continue Reading »