Wordsworth the Poet, a heartwarming tale the entire family will love.
Hosted by and held at the UH Hilo campus, the exhibition is one of the most prestigious juried printmaking shows in the country.
Part of a worldwide event, shirts with messages about domestic violence will be on display at UH Hilo’s Campus Center Plaza Oct. 18-21.
Visiting UH Hilo were Governor Hidehiko Yuzaki and four others representing Hiroshima Prefecture, President Mutsuhiro Arinobu from Eikei University of Hiroshima, and the university’s Director of International Affairs Yuko Uesugi.
Innovative artist Hung Keung, based in Hong Kong, will be visiting UH Hilo Oct. 24-27. There will be an exhibition of his 3D video installation, a lecture, and a reception during the week, all free and open to the public.
Christopher Caravalho’s work in comics bears testimony to the creative genius and energy of local-based writers and their sensitivity to and respect for culture, identity, and narrative traditions.
“I kū mau mau, i kū wā! All at once! All together! Don’t miss out! I encourage you to participate, come ignite curiosity and the intention of this season! Pohā kō‘ele‘ele!”—Kekuhi Keali‘ikanaka‘oleohaililani
The day’s events aim to educate and share critical knowledge not only about Oceanic Indigenous peoples, but all Indigenous peoples throughout the world.