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The Digital Arts and Humanities Initiative  at UH explores the full potential of today’s digital resources and capabilities in the broad realm of the Arts and Humanities.  The chief goals of the initiative are to create and provide open access for state-of-the-art instances of digital performance, multi-layered digitally-encoded text and translation projects, data mining and visualization, e-publishing, computer-mediated teaching and pedagogy, mapping artistic and humanistic spaces and temporal conceptions, computer mediated exhibitions and events, social media, new media studies, media literacy training, collaborative learning and authoring, software creation, and textual, database, and multimedia archives.

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  1. Aloha DAHI folks,

    I’m Dawn Sueoka, archivist at the Honolulu Museum of Art. I’m writing to let you know that the Honolulu Museum of Art’s news bulletin and calendar (1928-2017) has been digitized and is now available online through UH’s eVols digital repository: https://evols.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10524/57641

    With the exception of five years during the 1950s during which it was strictly a calendar, this publication presents research on collections, interviews with artists, and articles about exhibitions and programs. Its consistent documentation of these activities reveals how Hawai‘i’s artists and arts communities—as well as the institution itself—have responded to changing social, cultural, economic, ecological, and political contexts over the span of nearly 90 years.

    I hope that this collection will be a valuable resource for students and other humanities researchers.

    This project was supported in part by a grant from the Hawai’i Council for the Humanities. Thanks for helping us to spread the word. I hope we can collaborate in the future!

    With best wishes,
    Dawn

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