Posted on | July 29, 2011 | Comments Off
Contemporary works from 73 indigenous artists are on display at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library Bridge Gallery through Aug. 28. Curated by artist Harinani Orme, the 170 pieces in diverse media are drawn from the 2007 PIKO gathering of 115 visual artists in Waimea and subsequent three year Hawaiian ʻOhana for Education in the Arts project for Native Hawaiian art education.
The PIKO Gathering consisted of three days of cultural exchanges and five days and nights of art making by PIKO artists of First Nations, Maori, Pacific Islands and Native Hawaiian ancestry.
The exhibit is open during building hours, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. weekdays and noon.–6 p.m. on Sundays. Read more.
Aug. 2–The Waikīkī Aquarium presents summer nights at the aquarium, (808) 923-9741
Aug. 3—Vinod Aggarwal speaks on Look West: The Evolution of U.S. Trade Toward Asia, Mānoa, Architecture Auditorium, 7 p.m. (808) 956-3411
Aug. 4—The Will Weinstein Conversation Lecture Series features A Conversation with Sam Zell: The Ethical Boundaries of Entrepreneurial Behavior, Mānoa, Campus Center Ballroom, 6 p.m. (808) 956-6902
Aug. 4—Photographer Wayne Levin shows several recent photographic projects including his new work from Kalaupapa, Mānoa, Krauss 12, Yukiyoshi Room, 7 p.m. (808) 956-8244
Go to the UH calendar for more events.