Skip to content

Island Time and Ineon Exhibition - Event Details

UH Hilo Home > News & Events

This event has concluded and is no longer current.

Island Time and Ineon Exhibition

Location: Campus Center 307 & Art Gallery

Island Time is the monthly social gathering hosted by one of the Pacific Islander student organizations at UH Hilo to introduce the club and components of their cultures with the public. It's open to anyone interested in knowing more about the cultures and experiences of Pacific Islander students at UH Hilo. The Marshallese Iakwe Club (MIC) members will host the Ineon Art Exhibit as part of their event.

Ineon is an art & photography project done in partnership with Marshallese youth in Ocean View funded by The Learning Coalition, Parents And Children Together, and Art-Tec Mission. This event will feature the participants of the Ineon project who will introduce us to life in the Marshall Islands through their eyes.

Come join the celebrations of Marshallese Art & Cultures. Light refreshment will be served thanks to funding from The Learning Coalition (TLC).

Co-sponsors: Parents And Children Together (PACT), UH Hilo Art Department, Campus Center, Professor Joseph Genz, Marshallese Iakwe Club, Micronesians United - Big Island, and the Pacific Islander Student Center.

For more information, contact: raatior@hawaii.edu 808-933-3857

What's also happening?

Week of April 14, 2013Next →
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

HAUNT!

TBD "I" Removal Deadline

TBD Credit-By-Exam Results Due

Substance Abuse Awareness

4th Annual Slam Against Violence

Cupcake Bar (SAC)

Yoga

The Kite: Global Lens International Film Series

TBD Cupcake Bar (SAC)

Italian Night at Hale Kehau Dining Room

Turning Setbacks into Comebacks

Graduate Thesis/Dissertation Defense Due

Allie Atkins TCBES master's thesis defense

Island Time and Ineon Exhibition

RHA 2nd Annual Luau

Pathways to Medicine

Announcements

Study Abroad Application Deadline
Are you interested in studying abroad for the summer 2017 term or spring 2018 semester? If so, please submit your application and supporting documents to the Center for Global Education and Exchange (CGEE) office by 4:30pm on March 1, 2017. ...
Black History Month 2017: Black Women Breaking Boundaries
Black History Month (BHM) was established to recognize and celebrate the contributions of African Americans, and to remember profound African American leaders who have left behind a legacy that has inspired many. ...
50% Tuition Waiver for Summer Study Abroad in South Korea
Would you like to study abroad in South Korea this summer? Our partner institution, Chung-Ang University, is offering a special discount for UH Hilo students to join their International Summer Program. ...
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Group
The ASD Support Group is for students who are members of the Autism Spectrum community. The purpose of the group is for members to get support from others in a safe, semi-structured social setting. Group meets once a week. ...
Free Study Abroad Program in Japan
Showa Women's University in Japan hosts an annual summer international program. The goal of the program is to introduce contemporary and traditional Japan to international students in English. ...
Relay for Life Team Captains' Meetings
Are you ready to get involved with Relay for Life? The 11th Annual Relay for Life at UH Hilo is right around the corner on March 10-11, 2017! If you want to get your RISO, office, department, or any kind of team involved in Relay for Life, then ...
Sign up for Relay for Life 2017!
Relay for Life at UH Hilo is right around the corner! This year's Relay for Life celebrates our 11th anniversary on March 10-11, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM! Relay for Life is a nationwide event that celebrates the lives of those affected by ...
Join the SISTA Project!
Calling all you ladies out there! UH Hilo Student Health & Wellness Programs is now recruiting for the Spring 2017 SISTA Project! This is an all-women's empowerment workshop designed to empower women of all ages to use positive life skills. ...
The Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Series
The Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Series continues into this Spring 2017 Semester with a Certificate of Leadership for students who complete and attend 7+ leadership sessions. ...
LGBTQIA+ Support Group
LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual) Support Group is for UH Hilo students who are questioning or identify as members of the LGBTQIA community. Group meets once a week for 1 hour throughout the semester. ...
Support Group for Students with Disabilties
The Support Group for Students with Disabilities is for students with physical, learning, psychiatric, or other disabilities. ...
RISO Registration Form now Available
Attention UH Hilo Students: The CCS office is now accepting RISO registration forms for the 2016-2017 school year. For more information or to view the application and requirements please visit the RISO webpage: hilo.hawaii. ...
Academic Achievement Awards Cards
New Student Programs wants to help you succeed! Our Academic Achievement Awards Cards program is a way for you to be rewarded when you do well on a homework assignments, report, tests, and more. ...
The University Concierge is Open!
The University Concierge is your one-stop-shop for all campus info and hosts UH Hilo’s Bike Share Program and New Student Programs’ Academic Achievement Awards Cards. ...
Students and alums: Set up your online career portfolio now!
Have you signed up for College Central, UH Hilo's internship and employment placement site? www.collegecentral.com/hilo-hawaii/ Your college degree isn't a golden ticket to a dream job. ...
Volunteers Needed!
Campus and Community Service(CCS) is a Campus Center program that provides an educational approach to foster civic responsibility and engagement through active participation in organized service that meets community needs. ...

Disclaimer: The University of Hawaii at Hilo is not responsible for the contents, links and/or materials presented in any web site listed above that is not of the “hilo.hawaii.edu” or “.uhh.hawaii.edu” domains. All comments, complaints and grievances should be filed with the author, host and/or owner of said site.