MAPACA, a database of more than 53,000 newspaper articles on music and the performing arts from colonial North America, 1704-1783.
In Archive of Silence, Julia Wieting explores the poetic meaning of archives as affect & memory produced by silences.
While 2017 looked quiet on the DAHI front, we were really busy!
We have a brand new look, with some great changes in design—both in appearance and “under the hood.”
We kick off an exciting Fall semester with Honors student Lani Roe’s hypermedia essay
On June 12, 2016, social media was a chaotic twister of emotions: worry, suspense, grief, and anger, amongst others, whirled around the internet as news reports confirmed 49 deaths and 53 injuries at Pulse Night Club; the worst mass shooting in America to date. A little over a year later, as queer souls dance through the end of Pride Month,
Honors Student Peyten Maki’s timely and incisive review
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
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”
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