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Palikū Arts Festival returns next month

Palikū Arts Festival returns next month

After a one-year hiatus, the Palikū Arts Festival returns to campus Saturday, April 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with interactive arts experiences and entertainment around the Palikū Theatre, plaza and other spaces on campus. The theme of this year’s festival is “Come Play, Do Art.” The festival is […]

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Playwright Daniel A. Kelin II will perform his one-actor play at WCC library next month - Courtesy of Daniel Kelin

Playwright to perform story about being an outsider

On Thursday, March 15, playwright Daniel A. Kelin, II comes to campus to perform his one-actor play, Shipwreck’d on the Body Beautiful, or the Tats Dancing Man, as part of WCC’s ongoing Out Loud in the Library! series. The event will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the […]

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Theatre 260 students in the cast are Alaka’i Cunningham, Jae An, Darla Richards, Keahi Coria, Jessica Jusseaume, Daphnei Hussein, Jason Cavinder, Likeke Nakachi-Isaacs, Mikie Davidson, Will Philippus, Noah Schuetz, Michael Wall and Jeremy Whipple - Courtesy of Orrin Nakanelua

Theatre production explores love in all its forms

Love Local Style, directed by WCC theatre lecturer Taurie Kinoshita, is a celebration of aloha as written by local playwrights and performed in a series of short plays. Humorous and tragic, these stories follow a variety of characters from often radically different backgrounds as they search for, reject, embrace, take […]

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Gallery ‘Iolani exhibit honors professor’s art

Gallery ‘Iolani exhibit honors professor’s art

A new exhibit at WCC’s art gallery honors the drawing, painting and Atelier Hawai‘i programs established and taught by retired art professor Snowden Hodges. The exhibit, “A Legacy of Teaching,” includes the work of 27 former students that Hodges invited to participate, including former Atelier Hawai‘i student Sean Yoro, also […]

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Pottery lines the shelves of the ceramics studio – Cole Peterson

Artists pursue their craft despite struggles

Art is a passion that many share. For some, it’s a way to get away, to find peace of mind. For aspiring art students, the choice to pursue the dream of becoming a professional artist can be difficult. Windward Community College offers various art courses in ceramics, drawing, painting, woodcarving, […]

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Trace Rooney and the rest of the cast of Metamorphoses give a performance based on the classic poem by Ovid – Orrin Nakanelua

Theatre department gears up for a new slate of productions in spring

Missed a play this fall? Not to worry because the theatre department at Windward Community College has more productions next spring. Soon to appear at Palikū Theatre is a series of short plays called Love, Local Style on Feb. 16. And in March, the department will present a play based […]

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Eat healthier this holiday season

Eat healthier this holiday season

Fall brings changes in the weather and the color of the leaves. The holiday season also begins in the fall. Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve and Day all provide family and friends opportunities to get together and share ‘ono food. However, even though everything tastes so good, indulging […]

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