As part of
First Friday Hawaii’s Honolulu Art Gallery Walk, on September 5, from 6 to 9 p.m., journalist will sign copies of Denby Fawcett at Secrets of Diamond Head: A History and Trail Guide ARTS at Marks Garage in conjunction with its current “36 Views of Leahi” exhibit. Presented in the spirit of Hokusai’s and Hiroshige’s “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji,” the exhibit was juried by Masami Teruoka, who selected the best of the submitted art pieces depicting Honolulu’s iconic landmark.
The following day, September 6, at 1:00 p.m., Denby will be at
Barnes & Noble, Ala Moana Center, to again autograph her definitive guide to the volcanic crater’s colorful past. To read more about the backstory of Secrets of Diamond Head, which is distributed by UH Press, see and the fascinating behind-the-scenes tour of Diamond Head’s tunnels in the Civil Beat‘s August 21 story [login required to read the full story]. Honolulu Star-Advertiser‘s August 13 feature Like this: Like Loading...
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, a unique outdoor-gear shop in SoulTrex Windward Mall, will host a signing by Stuart Ball, Jr. on Saturday, November 23, from 2 to 4 pm, for his newly released book, edition. Trek on by and meet the master! The Hikers Guide to Oahu: Updated and Expanded Like this: Like Loading...
Congratulations to John F. McDermott, M.D. on being honored by the with the Alice Purcell McGavin Award in recognition of his distinguished career in child and adolescent psychiatry. Along with Dr. American Psychiatric Association Naleen Andrade, Dr. McDermott coedited . Read more about the award People and Cultures of Hawai‘i: The Evolution of Culture and Ethnicity here.
‘s Chris Vandercook, co-host of “The Conversation,” interviewed UH Hilo associate professor Hawaii Public Radio Kerri Inglis about her book, The show originally aired May 28 on HPR2 but listen to the segment about 38 minutes into the . Ma‘i Lepera: Disease and Displacement in Nineteenth-Century Hawai‘i . archived show
In commemoration of
, the Asia Society’s Farisa Khalid reflected on the life and work of painter Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month Yasuo Kuniyoshi. She included insight from professor ShiPu Wang, author of on Kuniyoshi’s contributions to American art. Read the , Becoming American? The Art and Identity Crisis of Yasuo Kuniyoshi and view a video slideshow of the artist’s paintings. Asia Blog post
Adding to its Samuel M. Kamakau Award for
, Hawai‘i’s Book of the Year was recognized by the Kalaupapa: A Collective Memory Historic Hawai‘i Foundation with a Preservation Media award at its annual ceremony last Friday. Representatives from UH Press and the Preservation Honor Awards (JABSOM) were joined by descendants of David Kupele, who was sent to Kalaupapa in 1915. Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence
With summer almost officially upon us, how ’bout a nice hike up a rocky ridge with a fantastic ocean view? No need to work up a sweat to get a vicarious thrill of hiking with
, author of several UH Press Stuart Ball s. Experience it by reading this guide by Coty Gonzales. Exploration: Hawaii post Like this: Like Loading...
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