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Ohia
Apr 9 2018
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Jul 31 2018

Location: Science & Technology Department

This exhibit brings awareness to "Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death" and teaches how to prevent the spread of the deadly fungus that is destroying thousands of ʻōhiʻa... View Exhibit

#floralfridays a colorful journey of floral/plant art and design by the students of TPSS 491-711 Floricultural Arts
Mar 16 2018
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Apr 13 2018

Location: Bridge Gallery

This exhibit showcases the artistic use of flowers and plant materials. It includes the materials and tools used to create floral works of art... View Exhibit

Military jacket on display
Mar 5 2018
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May 31 2018

Location: Moir Reading Room

In January 1943, the U.S. War Department called for the activation of a combat unit composed of Americans of Japanese Ancestry. In March of that... View Exhibit

How censorship birthed a new generation of comics
Feb 1 2018
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Feb 28 2018

Location: Elevator Gallery

The 1950’s marked a time of material consumption in all facets of media including comic books. The violent content in some publications rattled the values... View Exhibit

Pramoedya "Pram" Ananta Toer Exhibit
Feb 1 2018
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Apr 30 2018

Location: Asia Collection

Pram is one of Indonesia’s best known writers and storytellers. He composed more than three dozen novels in his lifetime, which have subsequently been... View Exhibit

Wayang Golek. The enchanting world of javanese puppet theatre
Feb 1 2018
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Apr 30 2018

Location: Asia Collection

These vintage Golek puppets were cleaned and restored by students in THEA 464 - Theatre of Southeast Asia (Fall 2017). The display is a part... View Exhibit

Russian dictionary display
Nov 13 2017
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Jan 13 2018

Location: Asia Collection

This exhibit attempts to provide a broader perspective on the role of dictionaries. Please come to view the dictionaries showcased in the 4th Floor display... View Exhibit

Painting of three Japanese sappers running through explosions.
Nov 5 2017
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Jan 11 2018

Location: Asia Collection

Three Japanese sappers became gunshin (war gods) when they were killed while attacking a Chinese military stronghold during the 1932 Shanghai Incident. Come learn more... View Exhibit

Black and white print of mountains
Oct 31 2017
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Nov 29 2017

Location: Elevator Gallery

This two part exhibit will focus on prints made by current students from the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Hawai'i... View Exhibit

Explore the reef display
Oct 31 2017
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Jan 30 2018

Location: Science & Technology Department

A selected collection of books, articles, maps, and Web sites from the vast and rich body of information available on coral reef ecosystems.​ ​In this... View Exhibit

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