Trending: #Pulse

Kelsey Kato/ July 1, 2017/ Arts.Humanities.Data/ 4 comments

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,

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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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