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Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa
ShareThisEthel has been called “America’s most daring string quartet.” Classically trained, these Juilliard graduates have collaborated with artists from Cheryl Crow and David Byrne to Yoyo Ma.
ShareThisFred Tomaselli’s paintings are dazzling, kaleidoscopic portals into another world. A major international art world figure, his most famous works are collages with pills arrayed in mesmerizing patterns.
ShareThisLois Ann Yamanaka’s breakout book of poetry, Saturday Night at the Pahala Theatre, was met with something like amazement locally and across the nation. It received several awards including the Pushcart Prize for poetry and introduced the nation to family life in a remote part of Hawai’i. Now the stage adaptation is making waves in the local entertainment scene.
ShareThisThe Hawaiian word, pono, is coming up frequently in public statements these days, particularly from political figures. According to the Pukui-Ebert Hawaiian dictionary it means goodness, uprightness, righteous.
ShareThisThe UH Manoa Department of Theatre and Dance is focusing on a unique Sumatran tradition as the basis for their spring production.