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The Aloha Friday Conversation: Why we’re not Decolonizing UH Art Department, Pacific writing, and Izik’s Honolulu style

Noe Tanigawa
  • Artist and designer Thad Higa and 2020 MFA graduate Rebecca Goldschmidt organized the "Decolonize" newspaper. Chinese art historian Kate Lingley is currently chair of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Art Department. We hear their perspectives on the call to 'decolonize' the UH Art Department. | Full Article
  • Ceramic artist David Kuraoka shares details on a new art center coming to Lihuʻe, Kauaʻi, located at the former Kress building on Rice Street | Full Article
  • New this month from Bamboo Ridge Press, a collection of writing by Hawaiʻi authors titled "Kīpuka." Editors Misty Sanico and Donald Carreira Ching share an overview of the latest publication. | Full Segment
  • Tinfish Press, founded in 1995 by writer and UH English professor Susan Schultz, is now being helmed by editor Jaimie Gusman | Full Segment
  • Explore the music of Oʻahu musician Izik, who won his first Hoku award in 2018 for songwriting | Full Segment
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Noe Tanigawa covered art, culture and ideas for two decades at Hawaiʻi Public Radio.
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