Lesa Griffith

‘Iron Ladies of Liberia’ storms Doris Duke Friday and Sunday+

Yesterday the directors of the AFI Project 20/20 films that are screening at the Doris Duke Theatre this week, as...

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New York filmmaker Sascha Paladino at Doris Duke tonight! Special offer for Honolulu Symphony members+

Sascha Paladino (pictured left) is banjo superstar Bèla Fleck’s half brother. What a talented family. Fleck went to Africa to...

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HAA’s Alan Konishi in ‘And Justice for All’ opening tonight+

More exciting Hawai’i-made contemporary art goes on view tonight at thirtyninehotel when the exhibition “And Justice for All: political killings...

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Enter the Floating World with Scott Johnson+

Now at the Academy is the first glimpse of the Richard Lane Collection, which the Academy acquired in 2003. It’s...

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Shangri La artist in residence Shahzia Sikander gives free talk Nov. 19+

New York-based Shahzia Sikander is artist in residence at Shangri La. Born in Pakistan, the 39-year-old is known for her...

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Anna Biller at Friends of Film Friday tonight+

Tonight at 7:30, Anna Biller presents “Viva,” her take on the sexploitation film, at Friends of Film Friday at the...

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‘The Dragon’s Gift’ at the Rubin Museum of Art: A huge hit+

Last month “The Dragon’s Gift: The Sacred Arts of Bhutan” opened at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York....

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A little story about the Monet+

Former museum director Jim Foster, along with trustee and distinguished former University of Hawai’i art professor Duane Preble, visited the...

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Dogs of war: Pups are a powerful metaphor+

In the exhibition “Literati Modern: Bunjinga from Late-Edo to Twentieth-Century Japan, The Terry Welch Collection at the Honolulu Academy of...

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