Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Maui’s Beauty Captured In Paint: The Maui Plein Air Painting Invitational

ShareThisWhen ‘oama, the baby goatfish or weke, run along the shoreline in late summer, circles of strangers become friends as they stand together flicking bamboo poles above the water. A similar phenomenon is underway on Maui, but these folks gathered along the shore have easels and paint brushes in hand.
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Pow Wow Rides Again! With A Bigger Posse

ShareThisPowWow sprang up last year as a week of outdoor art activities that brought local and international artists together in Kaka’ako. This year’s incarnation is even bigger, with walls and whole sides of buildings in the process of getting painted right now.
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The Trey McIntyre Project Takes Dance Up Close And Personal

ShareThis The Trey McIntyre Project is all about making dance work for community. They perform at civic functions, Boys and Girls Clubs, and basketball games. They’ve become Boise, Idaho’s first official cultural ambassadors.
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After You Flush, Where Does It Go? Update on Honolulu’s Sewage System

ShareThis The average single family household in Honolulu pays $98 a month in sewer fees, and that charge is set to rise 5 to 6 percent a year for the next 6 years as the City upgrades to federal standards.
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The Honolulu Museum of Art’s Big Sale

ShareThisDid you know the Honolulu Academy of Arts is now the Honolulu Museum of Art? Yes, some things change, but the incredible deals at the Annual Sale are still around. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on why it’s even more inviting this year. The Honolulu Museum of Art’s Annual Sale preview is open today (Friday) to members only from 10-4:30.
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