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MELE Studio Grand Opening

Posted on | November 12, 2010 | Comments Off

group shot at MELE studios

MELE student assistant Taylor Rohrbacher with guests: (from left) MELE donor Ritchie Mudd, Chancellor Mike Rota, MELE founder Gavan Daws, Donor Mike Curb, MELE founder Jim Ed Norman, former Chancellor Ramsey Pedersen.

The Music and Entertainment Learning Experience, or MELE, program at Honolulu Community College hosted its studio grand opening on Friday, Nov. 5.

The studio has been renamed the Mike Curb MELE Studios in honor of the record label owner’s generous donation. The facility is a 21st century state-of-the-art recording studio and learning environment.

More photos by Audrey Horimoto on the Honolulu CC Facebook page (no login required).

Previously: “Workshop Boosts Innovative MELE Program” in Mālamalama magazine.

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