|Ala Hehe Hulu Kupuna by Makaiwa Kanui is on display in the exhibition called |
Art & Anarchy at Volcano Art Center Niaulani Campus through Oct. 1.
ART & ANARCHY 2021 IS ON DISPLAY AT VOLCANO ART CENTER through Oct. 1. The Exhibition is sponsored by University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo Departments of Philosophy and Art in conjunction with the Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition philosophy conference focusing on the
theme of Anarchy.
The show opened on Sept. 11 and may be viewed in person Wednesdays – Sundays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Volcano Art Center’s Niaulani Campus, located at 19-4074 Old Volcano Rd.
The three-week event features invited artists from the U.S. mainland and Hawaiʻi Island, who were asked to submit works of art which
engage the theme of anarchy.
Since its origins in 19th century Paris, anarchism has influenced the visual arts in diverse ways and continues to do so as demonstrated by this collection of one-of-a-kind works which provide visual
and intellectual stimulation on
Tim Freeman, Teacher of Philosophy at UH Hilo, said, “Anarchism, as a philosophy and political movement developing in Paris in the mid 19th century, was never really advocating a descent into disorder and chaos, but rather the liberation of humanity from the oppressive order imposed by religion, capitalist economics, and the state as it then existed. What the anarchist philosophers were advocating was a new kind of order.”
A statement from Volcano Art Center says, "The mixed media exhibition features original paintings, prints, sculptures, and ceramics by both professional, amateur and student artists who continue to investigate the same issues that motivated the original anarchist movement and in many ways are even more critical today."
Mark D. Disher, a deputy prosecuting attorney and supervising attorney, West Hawaiʻi Unit, County of Hawaiʻi Office of the Prosecuting Attorney. He received his BS in criminal justice from Chaminade University of Honolulu and his JD from the William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
Kimberly B. M. Taniyama, an attorney in private practice. She earned a BA in biology and English from Loyola Marymount University in California and her Juris Doctor from the William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
"The Judicial Selection Commission submitted these lists of nominees to the governor after careful evaluation and investigation of the backgrounds and qualifications of the applicants," says the governor's statement. The governor has until Oct. 13 to make the appointment. All appointments are subject to Senate confirmation.
The governor did acknowledge that the trend in case numbers is heading down. The average number of daily new cases during the last week was 556. Two weeks ago it was 896. Today the statewide count of new cases was 461.
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