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Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa
ShareThis Sixty years ago, one of Hawai’i’s best loved artists, Juliette May Fraser, recorded a trip around the island of O’ahu. Her prints, on permanent view in the UH Hamilton Library on the first floor, have inspired other artists in a collaboration that records features meaningful to us today.
At the APEC conference on O’ahu last year, President Barack Obama said "No region will do more to shape our long-term economic future than the Asia-Pacific region." How is the region doing today and what could America learn from them?
ShareThis Sunday marks the long anticipated debut of the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra. For two years, musicians and members of the community have worked steadfastly behind the scenes to make this 2012 Masterworks series possible, and now it's time to celebrate. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on what’s in store. A few seats remain for Sunday’s premiere of the Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra.
ShareThisHawai’i has an amazing state program that is dedicated to beautifying public buildings, preserving the unique culture of the islands, and bringing art into the lives of everyday people. The “Art in Public Places” program was the first of its kind in the nation when it was launched in 1967. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on an upcoming celebration of the people’s art collection.
In 1890, the Kingdom of Hawai’i was an independent nation, with diplomatic relations with other countries. Within ten years, the government was overthrown and the nation was annexed as America joined the ranks of colonial powers. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa found that what exactly happened in these critical years is fuel for discussion today.