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Ola ka ‘Ilima Artspace Lofts open house

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Video by Andrew Gomes and Dennis Oda
Residents of the Ola ka 'Ilima Artspace Lofts building opened their homes/work spaces Thursday for public display.
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The Ola Ka Ilima Artspace Lofts apartment building at 1025 Waimanu St. held an open house for the public with artwork exhibitions and performances by residents and their artworks on display on Thursday.
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This is the view from the 8th floor, the makai side tower.
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On the 3rd floor is an open courtyard that includes containers filled with soil to grow plants. Large catchment containers are used to store water.
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Mareva Minerbi, left, Kari Van Tina, Kaleigh Jones and Becky McGarvey warm up in the laundry room for their dance performance later. They make up a contemporary dance group "Body Portal Theatre."
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Contemporary dance group "Body Portal Theatre" warm up in the laundry room for their upcoming dance performance.
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Contemporary dance group "Body Portal Theatre" comes out of the laundry room to start their dance performance.
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Contemporary dance group "Body Portal Theatre" with their dance performance.
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Contemporary dance group "Body Portal Theatre" with their dance performance.
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Andrew Wang gives a VR demonstration with Naomi Yoshida, with her friend Ruby Menon at right.
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Wanni Wang shows one of her paintings that hangs in the apartment she shares with her artist husband, Andrew, who is doing VR demonstrations.
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"Oahu" Bumpy Green talks about his paintings and drawings in his apartment. He says he used to be homeless.
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Rachel Bausum paints individual business cards at her desk in her apartment.