The Conversation: Friday, October 26th, 2018
Discussing Houselessness; Voter Registration; Printmakers Show; Craftsman Fred Roster
Panel Aims to Change the Narrative Surrounding Houselessness
No one is unaffected by Hawaii’s housing problem. A panel coming up this weekend has the goal of helping those in Honolulu to understand the issues surrounding homelessness better. It’s called Home Free: Aloha in Art panel at Honolulu museum’s Doris Duke theater Saturday 1pm.
Intro Music: Inhaler by Foals
Outro Music: Star Spangled Banner by Willie K.
Tight Races Around the State
Election day is less than two weeks away. HPR's Wayne Yoshioka has an update on some of the tight races across the state.
Intro Music: Gimmie All Your Love by Alabama Shakes
Outro Music: Hearts on Fire by John Cafferty
Civil Beat Reality Check: HART Board Amendment
Voters will have the chance to weigh in on a proposed amendment to the Honolulu City Charter concerning the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit. Civil Beat reporter Marcel Honore explains what the amendment would change and what that means for HART.
Outro Music: Beat 54 (All Good Now) by Jungle
Sound and Print Meet
sound()print, presented by Honolulu Printmakers considers the relationship between sound and print and seeks to position print culture as a vehicle for intermedia exchange and collaboration. It is part of the Honolulu Printmakers plan to conquer the earth.
Intro Music: Comet's Tail (acoustic) by Nat Russell
Outro Music: Nitewalker by Nat Russell
Remembering Craftsman Fred Roster
The 51st statewide juried exhibition opened last night in the main gallery at Linekona. It’s dedicated this year to Honolulu’s beloved sculptor and teacher, the late Fred Roster. There’s a small grouping of his work at the entrance to the exhibit, but it’s nothing like the fabulous array of things in his own home.
Intro Music: Back Down by Bob Moses
Outro Music: Facinating Rythem by Vince Guaraldi Trio