May 22 - May 28, 2013
Bloody MurderLady Somerset and her guests at a countryside estate are shocked by a violent murder, but what happens next in this whodunit spoof will turn the murder-mystery genre on its head. Ages 6 and up.
Manoa Valley Theatre, 2833 East Manoa Rd.: Thu., 5/2--Sun., 5/26, (various times) $15--$30. [manoavalleytheatre.com], 988-6131
IONA E-Season IONA Contemporary Dance Theatre is taking its 23rd season online with The Living Tarot. Each week, a new performance video, or “card” will be revealed online. Through 6/30. [iona360.com]
MAMo Wearable Art Show Come out to see the 7th annual show, then head over to the afterparty and trunk show at The Venue. Hawaii Theatre, 1130 Bethel St.: Wed., 5/22, $20--$50. [hawaiitheatre.com], 528-0506
The Goodbye Girl (See Hot Pick.) Diamond Head Theatre, 520 Makapuu Ave.: runs 5/24--6/9, Thu.--Sat., 8pm; Sun., 4pm; Sat. matinees on 6/1 and 6/8, 3pm $15--$50. [diamondheadtheatre.com], 733-0274
Blue Man Group Tickets are now on sale for those creepy, creepy men who paint themselves blue and put on theatrical shows that captivate audiences the world over. Visit [ticketmaster.com] or call (800) 745-3000. Blaisdell Concert Hall, 777 Ward Ave.: Tue., 6/18--Sun., 6/23. $30--$85 plus fees.
El Ten Eleven Duo El Ten Eleven has been described as everything from rock to ambient to experimental, but the members prefer “power duo.” Kristian Dunn plays doubleneck guitar and bass, and Tim Fogarty plays both acoustic and electric drums, but the pair utilize looping pedals to make their music sound as if it’s being played by at least six people. The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd.: Sat., 6/29, (6pm lounge doors open for 21+, 7pm concert hall doors open, 8pm show starts) $17.50--$22. [groovetickets.com], [bampproject.com]
Habilitat’s 13th Annual Luau, Auction and Benefit Concert Support local substance-abuse treatment organization Habilitat at this luau, featuring an 8-course Hawaiian meal, an auction hosted by surfer Joe Teipel, keiki activities and entertainment by Henry Kapono, Sistah Robi Kahakalau and John Cruz. King Intermediate School, 46-155 Kamehameha Hwy., Kaneohe: Sat., 6/1, $15--$35, packages available. [habilitat.com]
The Mowgli’s Tickets are now on sale for California band The Mowgli’s, who play music one part rock ’n’ roll, one part indie-folk and one part protest ballad. The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd.: Sat., 7/27, (6pm lounge doors open for 21+, 7pm concert hall doors open, 8pm show) $25--$40. [groovetickets.com], [bampproject.com]
Toro Y Moi Toro Y Moi’s music first started circulating on the Internet in 2009, but his music has become more diverse with time, employing aspects of pop, funk, electronic music and hip-hop. The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd.: Tue., 7/23, (6pm lounge doors open for 21+, 7pm concert hall doors open, 8pm show) $27.50--$32.50. [groovetickets.com], [bampproject.com]
Fiction Books Club Normally held on the third Sunday of the month, this month’s meeting has been pushed to this Sunday. The club will discuss The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey by Walter Mosley. Revolution Books, 2626 S. King St.: Sun., 5/26, (1pm) 944-3106
HSPLS Summer Reading Programs Registration begins Tue., 5/28 for readers of all ages who want to take part in their library’s free summer reading programs. Bookworms who read at least one book per week will be eligible to receive small weekly prizes. Programs will also feature special performances. For details, please visit [librarieshawaii.org] or [facebook.com] Sun., 6/2--Sat., 7/6. Free.
Sam Low Signing Sam Low, author of Hawaiki Rising: Sailing in the Wake of Our Ancestors, which is about Nainoa Thompson and the Hokulea, will be at Bookends for a reception and book signing. Bookends, Kailua Shopping Center, 600 Kailua Rd.: Fri., 5/24, (5--6pm) Free. 261-1996
Call to Authors
Bamboo Ridge 35th Anniversary Issue Submissions are being accepted for a special anniversary edition of Bamboo Ridge, Journal of Hawaii Literature and Arts. There is no particular theme; go online or call for submission guidelines. Postmark deadline is Fri., 5/31. [bambooridge.com], 626-1481
Messages of Peace from Hawaii 50 additional submissions for a Messages of Peace book are being accepted. Submissions should be between 250 and 500 words and will be reviewed by five judges. You must live at least part-time in Hawaii to be eligible. Deadline is Sat., 6/1. [email: hawaiiwellnessdirectory]
Bike to Shop Weekend Keep Bike Month going with a ride to bike shops for special deals. Show your helmet, bike lock key or “I bike to shop” sticker and receive 10 percent off parts and accessories at IT&B, Eki Cyclery and The Bike Shop stores. Jamba Juice locations will also give out special coupons to cyclists. Fri., 5/24--Sun., 5/26. [hbl.org]
Commuter Cycling 101 Learn how to safely cycle these streets with a two-hour workshop, offered every weekend through May at different locations. Register at [hbl.org] Free.
Kaiwa Ridge Hike For this evening trek, bring a flashlight and light jacket to view the moon rising over the ocean and mountains. Contact coordinator Steve Brown with questions at 247-8845. Meet across from Buzz’s Original Steakhouse--Lanikai, 413 Kawailoa Rd., Kailua: Sat., 5/25, (6pm) $3. [htmclub.org]
Paiko Lagoon Low Tide Reef Walk See the creatures inhabiting the lagoon with the Hawaii Audubon Society. Meet at Kuliouou Road. To RSVP, contact Alice at [email: mermaidshi] or 864-8122. Paiko Lagoon. Sat., 5/25, (8:30--10:30am)
Conservation Conference Student Scholarships The Hawaii Conservation Alliance and Hauoli Mau Loa Foundation are sponsoring the 2013 Hawaii Conservation Conference Student Rate Program, which allows high school students, college students and recent graduates to apply for a special $50 rate for the Hawaii Conservation Conference. Neighbor island recipients will also be given a $200 travel stipend. Eligibility requirements and applications are available online. Applications due by Thu., 5/30. [hawaiiconservation.org]
Aquaponics In Hawaii Conference Windward Community College and CTAHR present this conference on developments in the aquaponics field. Register at [aquasustainability.com] by midnight on Thu., 5/23. Hale Akoakoa, WCC, 45-720 Keaahala Rd., Kaneohe: Sat., 5/25, (9am--5:30pm) $84--$99. [email: aquasustainability], 633-8909
Spiral Keyhole Garden Workshop What exactly is a spiral keyhole garden? Find out at this workshop hosted by the Board of Water Supply. Please register by emailing [email: workshops]. Halawa Xeriscape Garden, 99-1268 Iwaena St., ‘Aiea: Sat., 5/25, (10:30am--1pm) $5. [boardofwatersupply.com], 748-5041
Spring Plant Sale Treat your nose to the fragrant plants available at this sale, along with a new ti plant, seeds for gourds and rare and unusual plants. There will also be garden tours available. Foster Botanical Garden, 50 N. Vineyard Blvd.: Sat., 5/25, (9am--2pm) Free. 537-1708
Water Lilies and Water Plants Workshop Register for this popular workshop that deals with plants you can use in ponds or other areas of water. The class will be held at the Honolulu location at 9am, then the Waimanalo location at 2pm. Geobunga, 4299 Lawehana St., Salt Lake; 41-829 Kakaina St., Waimanalo: Sat., 5/25. Free. [geobunga.com]
Amateur Photography Contest Amateur photographers are invited to submit photos taken at the Honolulu Zoo between now and May in one of four categories, including Mammals (Color), Birds (Color), Reptiles (Color) and Animals (Creative). Entries will be separated by age from 4--11, 12--17 and 18+. All prints must be approximately 8-by-12 inches with a mat and frame size of 11-by-14 inches. Entries will be accepted at the zoo from 10am--3:30pm on Fri., 5/24 and Sat., 5/25 on a first come, first serve basis until 150 photos per category have been turned in (only one entry per category per person). Please send an email to participate. Honolulu Zoo, 151 Kapahulu Ave.: Entry fee $0--$7. [email: photocontest], [honoluluzoo.org]
PACK Acting and Dance Workshops The Performing Arts Center of Kapolei will be offering both acting and dance workshops for kids this summer, as well as a popular musical theater program featuring Disney’s The Aristocats Kids. Classes range from a week to three weeks. Performing Arts Center of Kapolei, 91-5007 Kapolei Parkway: First classes start Mon., 6/3. $175--$275. [packapolei.org]
Summer Horsemanship Camp Kids ages 6 and up can learn proper care and grooming of horses, as well as information on breeds and characteristics. There will be daily riding. Discounts are offered for multiple weeks or multiple children; call for more information. Koko Crater Stables, 408 Kealahou St.: Begins Tue., 6/4, (9am--noon) $455 per child per week. 256-1317
Summer Science Classes Get your kids outside and learning about science and nature this summer. Lyon Arboretum offers multi-day classes. They’re limited in size and may fill up quickly, so register soon. Lyon Arboretum, 3860 Manoa Rd.: First class starts Mon., 6/3. $120--$200. [hawaii.edu], 988 0456
Argentine Tango for Absolute Beginners Learn Argentine tango from internationally acclaimed tango instructor George Garcia. A new 4-week series starts the first Wednesday of each month. No partner needed. Honolulu Club, 932 Ward Ave.: Wednesdays, (7:30--8:30pm) $45 per 4-week series with free practice session. [islatango.com], 721-2123
Classes and Workshops from the Outreach College UH’s Outreach College is offering noncredit courses and workshops in new media over the summer; learn about social media, web design, digital imaging, photography, film, business, leadership or the fine arts. UH Manoa Campus: go online for dates and times. [outreach.hawaii.edu], [outreach.hawaii.edu]
Intermediate--Advanced Tap Class This all-ages tap class moves beyond fundamentals to refine tap technique. Students will learn new steps, rhythms, patterns and combinations. Performing Arts Center of Kapolei, 91-5007 Kapolei Parkway: Tue., 5/14--Tue., 6/18, (5:30pm) [packapolei.org], 638-8015
Margherita Balbo Parrent Talk The founding director of Cinema Italiano in Hawaii, Parrent will talk about what it takes to run a film festival, and why an Italian one. The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave.: Tue., 5/28, (6:30pm) Free. [artsatmarks.com], 521-2903
Summer Classes for High School Students UH offers summer opportunities for students currently in grades 9--12. Choose from science classes, summer scholar programs or the early start program for seniors entering UH in the fall. UH Manoa Campus: First sessions start Tue., 5/28. Starting at $300, scholarships available. [email: komatsuj], 956-9246
Swing at Ong King Join the Hawaii Jitterbugs to learn how to do the Lindy Hop or swing dance. BYOB welcome. Ong King Arts Center, 184 N. King St.: Thursdays, (8--11pm) $5 (free beginner lesson at 8:15pm). [hawaiijitterbugs.org], 954-2533
TV Commercial Workshop Work on your commercial skills with cold readings, improv, interview techniques, jingles and more. Call for more information. Ala Moana Center, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd.: Tue., 5/21--Tue., 6/4, (6:30pm) $20 per week. [filmactorsstudiohawaii.com], 382-2835
Two Museums and a Palace (See Hot Pick.) Bishop Museum, 1525 Bernice St.; Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St.; ‘Iolani Palace, 364 S. King St. Sat., 5/25, 10am--7pm and Sun., 5/26, noon--5pm. $10--$19.95. [bishopmuseum.org], 847-3511
Bishop Museum 1525 Bernice St. Open Wed.--Mon. (closed Tuesdays) 9am--5pm. $12.95--$19.95 adults; $10.95--$16.95 seniors; $8.95--$14.95 ages 4--12; under 4 free. [bishopmuseum.org], 847-3511
Life Through Time: Dinosaurs and Ice-Age Mammals Giant lizards (or are they more like birds?) take over the Museum in a favorite traveling exhibition. Through 9/15.
J. Watumull Planetarium The renovated planetarium, with its new high-tech star projector and seamless interior dome, is one of the most advanced of its kind. Every first and third Friday, The Sky Tonight program will be held at 8pm. Reservations required at [email: membership] or 848-4168. $6 adults, $4 ages 4--12, free for members, cash only.
8th Annual Native Hawaiian Arts Market Maoli Arts Month concludes with this two-day market. More than 30 Hawaiian artists will sell their work on the Great Lawn. There will also be hands-on activities, talks, gallery walks, presentations, entertainment and food. Sat., 5/25, 9am--7pm and Sun., 5/26, 9am--5pm. $5 kamaaina and military, free for members. 847-3511
Hawaii State Art MuseumNo. 1 Capitol District Building, 250 S. Hotel St., 2nd Fl. Open Tue.--Sat., 10am--4pm and First Fridays, 6--9pm. Free. [hawaii.gov], 586-0300
Body of Work: Interpretations of the Human Form More than 40 works showing the human figure, from the Art in Public Places Collection. Through 7/20.
accession: Recent Acquisitions from the Art in Public Places Collection New artwork the Museum has acquired since 2009.
Art Lunch Hear from Tom “Pohaku” Stone on “Traditional Board Shaping and Sled Building.” Bring your lunch! Tue., 5/28, (noon--1pm) Free. 586-0900
Honolulu Museum of Art900 S. Beretania St. Open Tue.--Sat., 10am--4:30pm; Sun., 1--5pm. Closed Mondays. $10 adults; $5 children (ages 4--17); free for members and children age 3 and under. Free first Wednesday of the month. [honolulumuseum.org], 532-8700
Black Painting: Chinese Artists Persecuted During the Cultural Revolution Art of the oppressed from the “ten lost years” of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution are displayed. Opens Thu., 5/23, through 9/15.
The Creative Print Movement: In the Words of the Artists and their Patrons Patrons James A. Michener and Richard D. Lane of the museum’s Japanese print collection wrote extensively on the modernization of Japanese art. On view is the artwork and their writings. Through 6/23.
Revelation: Recent Additions to the Collection This exhibition presents highlights of the works of art new to the museum over the last two years, some of which have never been publicly exhibited. Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St.: Through 7/14
Little Worlds: Video Sculptures by Tony Oursler The New York artist projects visuals onto 3-D surfaces, including work from his series Anomalous Bodies, Resonant Dust, Worms and small objects with tiny projections within a proscenium mounted on a metal stand. Through 6/23.
Command Performance: Kuba Cloths from Central Africa Textiles from the Kuba Kingdom (what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo). Through 7/21.
Serious Fun: Thurston Twigg-Smith and Contemporary Art The founder of the former Contemporary Museum (now Spalding House) collected more than 2,000 works he donated to the museum, now on display. Through 7/7.
Antiquity in the 18th Century: Piranesi’s Views of Rome Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s large-scale etchings. Through 7/7.
Honolulu Museum of Art School1111 Victoria St. Open Tue.--Sat., 10am--4:30pm; Sun., 1--5pm. Free admission. [honolulumuseum.org], 532-8741
Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House 2411 Makiki Heights Dr. Open Tue.--Sat., 10am--4pm; Sun., noon--4pm. Closed Mondays. $10 adults; $5 children (ages 4--17); free for members and children age 3 and under. Free first Wednesday of the month. [tcmhi.org], 526-1322
David Hockney: L’Enfant et les sortilèges A permanent exhibition of Hockney’s interpretations of his original stage designs for the 1981 Metropolitan Opera production of L’Enfant et les sortilèges by Maurice Ravel.
‘Iolani Palace The palace is the only official residence of royalty in the United States. 364 S. King St. Open Mon.--Sat., 9am--4pm. Closed Sundays. $7--$21.75 adults; $3--$6 kids ages 5--12; under 5 free; free for kamaaina on second Sundays. Tours available in English and Japanese. [iolanipalace.org], 522-0822
Lauhala Plaiting Every second and forth Saturday, Ulana Me ka Lokomaikai demonstrates lauhala weaving from 9am--2pm.
Hawaiian Quilting Classes Every Saturday, Poakalani and John Serrao and their daughters Cissy and Rae teach Hawaiian Quilting in the Kanaina Building (Old Archives) from 9am--noon. All levels welcome. $6 per session, [poakalani.net], 223-1108.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor Historical artifacts and aircrafts. Pearl Harbor, Ford Island, 319 Lexington Blvd.: $20 general ($12 kamaaina); $10 children ($7 kamaaina). Keiki free on Saturdays and Sundays with each paid adult admission. [pacificaviationmuseum.org], 441-1000
Battle of Midway Anniversary Reception Commemorate the 71st anniversary of the Battle of Midway with a program featuring acclaimed author Jonathan Parshall. There will be a book signing and a Q&A. Tue., 6/4, RSVP by Tue., 5/28, (4:30--6:30) Free for members and volunteers, $25 non-members. [pacificaviationmuseum.org], 441-1007
Flight School for Girls Young women in grades 6--8 can experience what it’s like to be a pilot with three full days of the science and history of flight, plus hands-on activities. Call or email to register. Tue., 5/28--Thu., 5/30, (9am--3:30pm) $150. [email: ShaunaT], 441-1005
Home of the Brave Quilt Project See quilts being made and sign one that will be presented to the family of a fallen Hawaii soldier. What began as a grassroots effort to warm soldiers during the Civil War has become a way of expressing the gratitude of a nation for soldiers fallen in wartime. Free admission to military members and their families. Mon., 5/27, (10am--2pm) Free with paid admission.
Art & Flea: Vintage Flight Put on your best pilot or flight attendant uniform for this month’s shopping adventure and receive a dollar off admission. There will also be a photo booth, live art, food, giveaways and more. Fresh Café, 831 Queen St.: Thu., 5/23, (5--10pm) $3. [freshcafehi.com], 688-8055
Glenn Cannon Community members will gather to remember revered UH faculty member Glenn Cannon, who passed away last month. Cannon was well-known in film and theater communities for his contributions not only to the Department of Theatre and Dance, but also Broadway, TV and more. Instead of flowers, please donate money to the UH Foundation with the notation “For Glenn Cannon Fund;” University of Hawaii Foundation, P.O. Box 11270, Honolulu, HI 96828-0270. Kennedy Theatre, 1770 East-West Rd.: Sat., 5/25, (doors at 2:30pm, starts at 3pm) 956-7677
Hawaii Craftsmen Raku Hoolaulea 2013 Participants will bring pre-made ceramic artwork to the campgrounds to be raku-fired, including the dramatic cooling process. The firings are open to the public. There will also be a community kiln on Saturday, 10am--5pm. Camp Mokuleia, 68-729 Farrington Hwy., Waialua: Fri., 5/24--Mon., 5/27. $5 per day. [email: rakuhoolaulea], 521-3282
Lantern Floating Hawaii Send a personal lantern out to sea in memory of loved ones this Memorial Day weekend. Lanterns are available for free, and you can personalize messages with them. At sundown, more than 5,000 lanterns will sail from Oahu’s south shores. Magic Island, 1201 Ala Moana Blvd.: Mon., 5/27, (lanterns available from 10am) Free. [lanternfloatinghawaii.com]
Relay for Life Koolauloa Show your support and raise money for the American Cancer Society with Relay For Life on the North Shore. The activity brings together survivors and allies for the relay, entertainment and food. Kahuku District Park. Fri., 5/24--Sat., 5/25, (6pm--6am) [email: rflkoolauloa], 548-8444
Trailblazin’ Titas: From Combat to Capitol Hill Join the Wahine Forum for a luncheon with Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard as she talks about being a woman in a man’s world. YWCA Laniakea, Fuller Hall, 1040 Richards St.: Tue., 5/28, (11:30am--1pm) $45 general, $35 members. 538-7061
Vintage Rose & Friends Sale Attention, collectors of vintage treasures: Waioli Tea Room will host a sale of shabby chic, cottage, Victorian, Mid-Century Modern and country-style items and décor, including furniture, garden antiques, linen, lace, English teacups and porcelain, pottery and much more. Waioli Tea Room, Lanai & Ginger Room, 2950 Manoa Rd.: Fri., 5/24, 5--8pm and Sat., 5/25, 9am--2pm. Free.
Big Island Jazz and Blues Festival Headliners include Bobby Watson, Delfeayo Marsalis, Chubby Carrier, Brint Anderson and Mark Johnstone, joined by local favorites Benny Uyetake, Paula Fuga, John Keawe and Jr. Volcano Choy. There are other events such as a VIP meet-and-greet surrounding the main concert, and the hotel has packages available. Mauna Kea Beach Resort, Manta Pavillion & Wine Bar, 62-100 Mauna Kea Beach Dr., Big Island: Sat., 6/1, (5--9pm) $60--$100. [bigislandjazzandbluesfestival.com], (808) 882-5810
Four Weddings and an Elvis At a Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, Sandy juggles misfits, Elvis impersonators and a host of other problems while trying to serve up short-order weddings with a smile. Parker School’s Historic Theatre, 65-1224 Lindsey Road, Kamuela, Big Island. Fri, 5/17--Sun., 5/26, (various times) $10--$15. (808) 885-5818
New Hours at the Palace Hulihee Palace has announced extended museum hours and a new fee schedule. The museum houses both ancient Hawaiian artifacts and personal belongings of later Hawaiian royalty. Visitors can choose from docent-guided, self-guided or audio tours. View the new hours and fees online. Hulihee Palace, Kailua-Kona, Big Island: [daughtersofhawaii.org], (808) 329-9555
Ocean Camp for Keiki Kids in grades K--5 are eligible for the Pacific Whale Foundation’s Ocean Camp on Maui this summer. There will be field trips, scientific investigation, arts and environmental advocacy learning. Campers may be enrolled for individual days or the entire session. 5/28--7/26, (8am--4pm) $50--$77 per day. [pacificwhale.org], (808) 249-8811 ext. 1
The Hui Teaches: Student & Faculty Salon If you are a current Hui student or open studio user, or have been since May 2011, your work is eligible for the exhibition showcasing artwork inspired by the Hui’s adult classes. Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center, 2841 Baldwin Ave., Makawao, Maui: Through 7/5, (10am--4pm) Free. (808) 572-6560
Uke Ohana Molokai Fall in love with “old style” Hawaiian folk music on this ranch getaway. Learn from Lono and the Hula Halau O Mele Nei and immerse yourself in the beautiful landscape. Puu O Hoku, Molokai: Fri., 5/24--Tue., 5/28. $995. [ukeohana.com]
Hakipuu Stream Restoration Help clear invasive plant species at the Hakipuu Stream, replanting with native species. Bring a water bottle, favorite gardening tools and bug sprays. RSVP to reserve your spot and receive details on meeting location. Sat., 5/23, (8am--noon) Free. 381-7202, [email: nalani]
Manoa Falls Trail Project Help improve one of Oahu’s busiest trails and make it a showcase for hiking in Hawaii. Tasks include trail graveling and widening, soil top dressing, removal of old boardwalk and rock work. Please RSVP via email to [email: restoremanoa] with your phone number and dates you wish to participate. Meet at Church of the Crossroads, back porch, 2510 Bingham St.: Sat., 5/25, (8am) Free. [hi.sierraclub.org]
Pouhala Marsh Clean-Up and Restoration Help remove invasive plants from the large wetland habitat with Hawaii Nature Center. Gloves, water, hat, sunscreen, a change of clothes and towel are recommended. Closed footwear and long pants are required. Pouhala Marsh, Waipahu Depot Road: Sat., 5/25, (8:30--11:30am) [email: volunteer], 955-0100 ext. 118
Living in Waianae Gloria Flores’s watercolors portray the richness of the sea, valleys, mountains and wildlife of Waianae. There will be an opening reception on Sat., 6/1, 5--7pm. Opens Sun., 5/26, runs through 6/20. Gallery on the Pali, First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, 2500 Pali Hwy.: 595-4047
Aloha Hoomaluhia XIX This annual exhibition goes back to 1984, when it started as a response to both the garden and H3’s threat to that beauty. Through 5/30. Hoomaluhia Gallery, 45-869 Luluku Rd., Kaneohe: 233-7323
Contemporary Hawaiian Landscape Painting This new exhibition of nature paintings is in the tradition of The Volcano School, Kilohana and the modernists. The gallery will be open for First Fridays from 5--9pm. Through 6/28. Andrew Rose Gallery, 1003 Bishop St., Ste. 120: [andrewrosegallery.com], 599-4400
“Fantasy” Meets “Reality” Marshall Heaney’s batiks and photo panoramas show his unique artistry. Through 5/23. Gallery on the Pali, First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, 2500 Pali Hwy.: 595-4047
Lineage: A Family Tree of Printmakers More than 20 artists who have contributed to the local printmaking scene will be showcased. Through 5/26. Hamilton Library, 2550 McCarthy Mall, UH--Manoa: 956-8688
Manifestation The small-scale drawings of Hiroko Sakurai are presented on empty white backgrounds. The artwork is covered by thin paper, inviting the viewer to wonder if the artwork is as it appears. Through 7/23. HPU Art Gallery, 45-045 Kamehameha Hwy., Kaneohe: Free. 544-0287
Peter Antrim Kowalke Peter Antrim Kowalke will exhibit recent paintings done at gardens and ranches; part of the show’s proceeds will go to travel funding for young equestrian riders representing Hawaii in out-of-state competition. Through 8/15. Morning Brew Coffee House, 600 Kailua Rd., Ste. 120, Kailua: 262-7770
Trophy The paintings of Rachelle Dang recontextualize the brutal, violent images of war in the style of graffiti, action films, video games and sports pennants. Through 7/12. HPU Art Gallery, 45-045 Kamehameha Hwy., Kaneohe: Free. 544-0287
Uncontrollable Urge Dana Paresa’s characters with obsessions and compulsions fit perfectly with one another in these imagined worlds. On Thu., 5/23, there will be a film screening of Beauty is Embarrassing--The Wayne White Story at 7pm. Through 6/7. ii gallery, 687 Auahi St.:
Walls of Fur & Fang Come by thirtyninehotel for a special art exhibition: Walls of Fur & Fang, A Site-Specific Mural Installation by Aaron Woes Martin. Open Wed.--Fri., (5pm--2am) and Sat., (8pm--2am) Through 7/20. thirtyninehotel, 39 N. Hotel St.: Free. 599-2552
Call To Artists
Amateur Photo Contest The Waianae Coast Rotary Club is looking for photos taken between Kahe and Kaena points to feature in the WCRC 2014 “96792 Pride” calendar. More details are online. Through 6/30. [email: 96792pride], [waianaecoastrotary.org]
36th Annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (See Hot Pick.) Hawaii Convention Center, 1801 Kalakaua Ave.: Sat., 5/25, (6--10pm) $125--$150. [nahokuhanohano.org], 593-9424
Hula: Language of the Heart The third program of Pacific Heartbeat Season Two shows highlights from the 2012 Merrie Monarch Hula Festival. PBS Hawaii, KHET-11 (10): Sat., 5/25, (8pm) 973-1000
“The Scene” provides groups and individuals with free listings of community events, activities and entertainment. Submissions must include the following:
• Date and time;
• Location (include a street address);
• Cost or admission price;
• Contact phone number;
• Description of the event. (who, what, where, why . . . etc.)
Deadline for submissions is two weeks before the listing should appear. Listings appear the Wednesday before the event. “The Scene” is also posted each week on our Web site, at [honoluluweekly.com].
Send all submissions c/o Honolulu Weekly Calendar Editor, 1111 Fort Street Mall, Honolulu, HI 96813, fax to 528-3144 or e-mail [email: calendar]. Submissions are not accepted over the phone. Please do not send original art.