origin / destination

October 30, 2013 - November 8, 2013
Mānoa Campus, Art Building, Commons Gallery

"origin / destination" is a collection of original prints produced and printed by art students and faculty at Brigham Young University and University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. These prints address the concepts of physical space and cultural, psychological, and environmental proximity.

With the support of a Laycock Grant for Collaboration, the student participants from BYU traveled to Hawai'i to meet and work with their counterparts in Honolulu.

Artists: Charles Cohan, Brady Evans, Amanda Fujii, Miles Gregory, Kelsey Hughes, Kamakani Konia, Kristen Kerch, Blake Murakami, Zach Orpurt, Jeremy Pang, David Randall, Carlie Salomons, Elizabeth Shiner, Kyle Singson, Geraldine Villanueva, Rex Vlcek, Marika Wilson, Dustin Yamashita, Gary Barton, Matt Bass, Nick Bontorno, Fidalis Buehler, Steve Carter, Maddison Covin, Daniel Everett, Peter Everett, Lisa Ferguson, Maura German, Alexandra Jameson, Wayne Kimball, Jessica Li, Ron Linn, Joseph Ostraff, Sunny Taylor

Photo: detail of "untitled" by Peter Everett, courtesy University of Hawai'i Art Gallery


Ticket Information
Admission is free. Gallery hours: Monday - Friday 10:00 - 4:00. Sunday 12:00 - 4:00.

Event Sponsor
Art and Art History, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Sharon Tasaka, 956-6888, gallery@hawaii.edu

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Wednesday, October 30

 
7:30am Maui Campus, Pilina Bldg., Wellness Center
8:00am Honolulu Campus, Campus Mall
8:30am Honolulu Campus, Bldg.6, Second Floor, Conference Room
9:30am Mānoa Campus, Hamilton Library Rm 156
12:00pm Mānoa Campus, Tokioka Room (Moore Hall 417)
12:00pm Maui Campus, The Learning Center
12:00pm Mānoa Campus, Burns Hall 2118, East-West Center
1:30pm Mānoa Campus, Moore Hall 258
2:00pm Kauaʻi Campus, One Stop Center, Rm. 204
3:00pm Mānoa Campus, Crawford 115
3:30pm Mānoa Campus, Hamilton Library Room 301
3:30pm Mānoa Campus, Marine Sciences Building, MSB 100
6:00pm Mānoa Campus, Campus Center 310
6:00pm Mānoa Campus, Hālau o Haumea, Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies, 2645 Dole Street
6:30pm Mānoa Campus, Center for Korean Studies Building 1881 East-West Road