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Juried show by local artists explores themes foreign and familiar

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    Bernice Akamine’s “Kalo” consists of 87 kalo plants made with stones and newsprint leaves. Printed on the leaves are maps of ahupuaa and sections of petitions signed by Hawaiians opposing U.S. annexation in 1897.

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    “Bridge Between Worlds,” by Devin Oishi.

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    Scott Fitzel shaped a surfboard into a leiomano, or sharks’ tooth club.

For the beautiful, exciting new “Contact” show of contemporary Hawaii art in the Linekona Building of the Honolulu Museum of Art School, the tall windows in the first-floor gallery have been left uncovered, admitting daylight and views of the garden and city streets. Read more

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