Poets Ann Inoshita, Juliet S. Kono, Christy Passion, and Jean Yamasaki Toyama recently visited Hilo, where poetry lovers and history buffs gathered to hear the authors read selected works about a milestone event in Hawai‘i history.
Keynote Henk Rogers has spent the past decade in research and development of renewable energy sources in Hawai’i. Student speaker Matthew Ruiz, Jr, will start UH Hilo’s master of arts in teaching program this summer.
Featured performers include UH Hilo performing arts major Adrianna Zablan as soprano soloist, Kamehameha Schools teacher and composer Herb Mahelona on cello, and local musician Merry Kay Kiyan on oboe.
The show will feature some of the Beatles best-loved songs with selections from the albums Revolver, Abbey Road, Magical Mystery Tour and the White Album.
The performances are a culmination of the semester for all UH Hilo and Hawaiʻi Community College dance classes; the show features over 100 dancers.
A week of farm-to-table food, documentary films, educational exhibits, and fun activities, culminating with the annual Earth Day Fair and Conservation Career Day on Friday, April 20.
Over the past five years, Associate Professor Ryan Perroy and UH Hilo students compiled topographic data to determine erosion rates and spatial patterns across the upper summit region.
The local-style comedy, written by Edward Sakamoto, will have a weekend run at UH Hilo, April 12 -15. Directed by Justina Mattos, scene and lighting design by Ariana Bassett, costumes by Jackie Pualani Johnson.
UH Hilo co-sponsoring large community event to welcome Hōkūle‘a crew to Hilo, April 21.
The events are organized annually at ‘Imiloa to complement and honor Merrie Monarch’s major purpose: the perpetuation, preservation and promotion of the art of hula and Hawaiian culture through education