Monthly Archives: February 2017

SMILE, YOU’RE UNDER SURVEILLANCE

DAHI Admin/ February 24, 2017/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

We want to make sure you’re aware of the upcoming series of events, discussions and performances of the UHM Department of Theater & Dance’s “Smile, Youʻre Under Surveillance.” You can dig up Edward Snowden’s 2013 revelations and you can read The Intercept religiously, but what could be better than experiencing a full dramaturgical immersion in these issues? The process for

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The Revolution will not be …

DAHI Admin/ February 20, 2017/ Events/ 0 comments

DAHI friends and community, please spread the word.  I am writing to invite you to participate in a collaborative project put together by Alan Dunn between students and community at his university in Leeds UK and ours and ours in Hawaiʻi.  The proposal is to develop a new collaborative cover version of Gil Scott-Heron’s “The revolution will not be televised”

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Space Tension Reprise with a Twist

DAHI Admin/ February 20, 2017/ Arts.Humanities.Data, Events, News, Video/ 0 comments

ʻOlelelo Community TV has released several episodes of MemoryHouse:Dreams, the Technology and Dance performance that took place at Kennedy Theater at UH this past November. Episode 3, Space Tension, is a collaboration between Choreographer Peiling Kao, dancers Christine Maxwell and Ariel Gazarian, and DAHI director Rich Rath, who wrote the software for the virtual instrument that the dancers play with

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MemoryHouse:DREAMS

DAHI Admin/ February 17, 2017/ Events/ 0 comments

The Gathering section of MemoryHouse:DREAMS, the UHM dance departments technology and dance performance from November, will be airing on ʻOlelo next week.  The broadcasts will also be streaming on demand at ʻOlelo soon after the broadcasts.The Gathering2/19/2017  10:30PM     OLELO532/20/2017   8:00PM      OLELO532/22/2017   1:00PM      OLELO532/26/2017   8:00AM      OLELO53 Hope you watch it!

Art & Racial Justice

DAHI Admin/ February 17, 2017/ News/ 0 comments

Patrice Cullors and Alicia Garza, two co-founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, were on hand at the Honolulu Museum of Art for a discussion of art and social justice.  Their conversation was ably moderated by none other than DAHI lead technical developer and program coordinator.  The discussion, which included insightful audience questions and comments from the packed house, preceded the

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