Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Fumio Nanjo, Director of the Mori Art Museum, and the Aloha Biennale

ShareThisFumio Nanjo is the celebrated Director of the Mori Museum in Tokyo. The Mori is known for astonishing contemporary exhibits that often blur the lines between art, design, science, fashion, and technology.
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Moana Nui, a Pacific Perspective on Peoples, Lands, and Economies

ShareThisNative scholars and cultural practitioners have been meeting this week in Honolulu at the “MOANA NUI: PACIFIC PEOPLES, LANDS AND ECONOMIES” conference. The gathering includes Pacific Islanders not included in APEC.
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Lee Cataluna's new novel, Three Years on Doreen's Sofa

ShareThisLee Cataluna is one of Hawai’i’s best loved writers thanks to her popular plays and weekly column in the Star Advertiser. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa spoke with her about her new book, Three Years on Doreen’s Sofa, which chronicles the thoughts and adventures of a smart-mouthed delinquent, just released from prison. Lee Cataluna offers a playwriting workshop today and a reading tonight at UH Hilo.
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Frank Leake, Chef, Professor, Part of the Community That Shapes What We Eat

ShareThisIn the past decade, there’s been a huge change in people’s attitudes about what they eat and drink. America's chefs are changing to keep pace. This year the American Chef’s Federation and the American Academy of Chefs honored Kapiolani Community College’s Frank Leake, with the Culinary Traditions award for excellence in developing the next generation of culinary leaders.
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Books, Bargains, and Democracy Too

ShareThisAny weekday between 10 and 2, a very hospitable little van welcomes visitors to Kaka’ako. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa happened across it for this installment of our series on that urban neighborhood. The Friends of the Library Bookmobile is open Monday through Friday 10am until 2. On the first Saturday of every month, that becomes an expanded tent sale.
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