Today is the last day of “One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now.” I know I’ll take a last lingering look at the work, especially site specific installations such as Jean Shin’s “Unraveling” and Geraldine Lau’s multicolored maps of the Big Island that make you think of Hawai‘i’s sociopolitical history, and are also really pretty. Having the artists here for the opening gave the Asian Society exhibition a real Honolulu connection. Combining it with “Shu: Reinventing Books in Contemporary Chinese Art” and “Leland Miyano: Historia Naturalia et Artificialia” gave the city an incredible summer of contemporary art—and made for a great opening that brought the art community together. We are sad to see the show close. But we’re excited by what’s up next: “Literati Modern: Bunjinga from Late-Edo to Twentieth-Century Japan, The Terry Welch Collection at the Honolulu Academy of Arts.” It’s a beautiful sequel to the wildly popular Academy original “Taishô Chic,” which drew crowds in 2002. And you can still see “Shu” through Sunday!