Arts & Entertainment

Local authors share insight on the writing process and new works on family and loss

Local authors share insight on the writing process and new works on family and loss

  On Oct. 27, WCC had an Out Loud in the Library event featuring two authors from Bamboo Ridge Press, a Honolulu non-profit organization that publishes works by local emerging and established writers. “The idea is to bring in local writers,” said Susan St. John, WCC English instructor who helped […]

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Elizabeth Eachus as Pomona being courted by Caleb Long as Vertumnus – Daniel Mayberry

Two thumbs up for Metamorphoses

The most recent play produced by the Theatre 260 class, under the brilliant direction of WCC theatre lecturer Taurie Kinoshita, ran Oct. 21 through 29 at Palikū Theatre. Metamorphoses was written by Mary Zimmerman and is based on a narrative poem penned by the Roman poet Ovid in the year […]

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Windward art gallery presents student art show

Windward art gallery presents student art show

On Friday, Oct. 28, Gallery ‘Iolani opened its newest exhibit, Confluence, featuring art created by WCC students. “Confluence means coming together,” said art professor and gallery coordinator Toni Martin. “And that’s what this is: art, students and programs are coming together with the art.” Martin said she creates student shows […]

Alex Durrant’s entrée en ballet

Alex Durrant’s entrée en ballet

  New WCC dance lecturer Alex Durrant grew up in Tattenhall, a farming village in England about 200 miles northwest of London. His mother was a dance instructor, and from the age of 3, he would join his mother at her ballet studio. It wasn’t until he was more aware […]

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Brother Noland

2016 Windward Ho‘olaule‘a

The 16th annual Windward Ho‘olaule‘a on Oct. 1 went off with a bang with excellent entertainment, ‘ono food, plenty of activities and a large variety of goods for sale. Here are a few photos . Photos by Patrick Hascall

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The lawn transformed into a graveyard for the village walk – Courtesy of the Center of Aerospace

Something spook-tacular is coming to WCC

The Center for Aerospace Education and The Imaginarium at WCC will host its annual Haunted Village on Friday, Oct. 28, from 6-8:30 p.m. in the courtyard outside Hale Hōkūlani and Hale ʻImiloa. There will be many activities for attendees like free face painting by Phi Theta Kappa, a spooky storytelling […]

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Gaming group starts with a coup

Gaming group starts with a coup

  On Aug. 30, the Windward Gaming Group hosted its first event of the semester called the “Convocation Conflagration.” The gathering consisted of board and card games as well as free pizza for those who attended and was meant to promote the club to students at WCC who may be […]

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