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  • Madar, Kazuko (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2002-12)
    This is a comparative study that focuses on two Tokugawa-era Japanese paintings by Kano Sansetsu (1590-1651) and Ikeno Taiga (1723-1776), both of whom depicted the theme of Rantei (Lanting in Chinese, meaning the Orchid ...
  • Caldeira, Leah Pualahaʻole (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-05)
  • Ching, Lena Lei (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-05)
    Hawaiian navigators oriented themselves without instruments by using a system based upon knowing where they came from and by having faith in the words of their ancestors. As a Hawaiian artist, I am embarking on a journey ...
  • Teodoro, Melissa (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-12)
    This MFA concert will be shared between Ana Paula Hofling and Melissa Teodoro. Our idea is to have a concert that showcases our choreographic work, old and new, in a cohesive concert that is more than a collage of unrelated ...
  • Butler, Jennifer (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-12)
    Fly High Fall Silently was a modern dance concert choreographed and directed by MFA Candidate, Jennifer Butler. The concert was presented May 7-11th as the Footholds III Concert of the 2002/2003 season in the Ernest Lab ...
  • Dutcher, Tiare (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-12)
    Having studied as a Kagyu Tibetan Buddhist for many years, my understanding of these teachings is that the only place a person can become enlightened is in the human realm. There are realms other than the human one, such ...
  • Spindt, Allan H (2004)
    The title for my thesis exhibition, Chronosynthesis, is a word I invented to be expressive of the various aspects of the sculpture. Chronos refers to time, personified by the ancient Greeks as the all powerful but fallible ...
  • Kang, Felix A (2004)
    9-11. 9/11. These digits had no particular significance other than the emergency telephone number prior to September 11, 2001. This date is like December 7, 1941 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt referred to it as, "a ...
  • Newton, George N (2004)
  • Kamata, Keiko (2004)
    There was nothing to make work about. In all honesty, I was lost, confused, frustrated, and stuck. I had long realized the impossibility of knowing anything completely. However, I needed a working hypothesis, a temporary ...
  • Kim, Chongmin Yi (2004)
    Silent Scream is a series of works of art that explores the issue of immigrant identity. Living in America and learning a complex new language as a non-native speaker forms the basis of this thesis. The exhibition attempts ...
  • Williamson, Stacy Erin (2004)
  • Romanchak, Abigail Lee Kahilikia (2004)
    Waina, my present body of work, is inspired by the traditional watermarks of Hawaiian kapa cloth. In creating this body of work, I envision myself as a contemporary printmaker in dialogue with traditional kapa makers, ...
  • Ohnuma, Keiko (2004)
    Artwork is not complete until someone looks at it - really looks at it, enough to see more than just "art." The first, crucial, unifying theme of my thesis exhibition, "Will & Grace: An Unnatural History of Hawai 'i," at ...
  • Ikegami, Jon Saburo (2005)
    We encounter hundreds of tactics that are used to vie for our attention and influence our thoughts and actions, often without our even knowing it. An example of this is advertising. By way of mass media, advertising uses ...
  • In-sight 
    Söder, Madeleine (2005)
    Through a perplexing deficiency in our society, human intelligence often takes us far away from ourselves. Everyday we are bombarded with information through sound and visual images and there is no time or space for momentary ...

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