Posted on | July 15, 2011 | Comments Off
A collection of Japanese contemporary and traditional art assembled by the Heart Art Communication, a Japanese nonprofit organization, will be on exhibit at Kapi’ʻolani and Windward, July 18–Aug. 17. The exhibition entitled, Japanese Art Tapestry Festa in Hawaiʻi, features a collection of sumi paintings, calligraphy, western painting, sculpture, craft and print artwork from more than 250 artists presented on tapestries.
With about 400 contemporary and traditional art to display, the collection will be divided between Windward’s Gallery ʻIolani and Kapiʻolani’s Lama Library. Participating artists were selected through art associations and organizations throughout Japan, with each artist presenting works from their special art genre. Get the details.
July 19—Christopher McNally, director of UH’s China-US Relations Program presents Rebalancing Chinaʻs Political Economy, Mānoa, BusAd D-204, 4:15 p.m. (808) 956-8041
July 19—Corporate Governance and Ethical Behavior in Both For-Profit and Not-for-Profit Charitable Organizations with Mary Bitterman, president, Bernard Osher Foundation, Mānoa, School of Law, Classroom 2, 6 p.m. (808) 956-8478
July 20—Aging in Asia and the Pacific Region, with Lonny E. Carlile, Kathryn L. Braun, and Colette V. Browne, Mānoa, School of Architecture Auditorium, 7 p.m. (808) 956-3411
July 24–Families of the World Film Festival, Mānoa, School of Architecture Auditorium, 10 a.m. (808) 956-9883
Go to the UH calendar for more events.