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Due to efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, exhibitions in the Commons Gallery will be on view through the windows of the gallery only.

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Schedule of events

Events are free and open to the public.

Spring 2022

2022 Master of Fine Arts Degree Candidate Public Defenses:

Nathan Talamantez: April 22, 4:00 PM HST

Meeting ID: 951 4976 4352 Link here Passcode: 829569

2022 BFA Exhibition Gallery Walk Throughs with the Artists (all 3:00 - 5:45 p.m. on Zoom)

Tuesday, April 26, Susanne Barnes, Hana McEvilly, Giovanna Sgambelluri, Christian Navarro, Juliette Puplava, Noah Kneeream-Lapian (BFA studio art). Zoom Meeting ID: 641 863 5286 passcode: Manoa2022. Recording link here.

Thursday, April 28, Peichao Li, Kang Hyun Soo, Nicole Jane Tagalicud, Claire Bellock, Dylan Gomez (BFA studio art). Zoom Meeting ID: 641 863 5286 passcode: Manoa2022. Recording link here.


OUT OF THE CAMERA: BEYOND PHOTOGRAPHY CHAPTER FOUR: SARA GREENBERGER RAFFERTY

Image of work by Sara Greenberger Rafferty, 2021
The Commons Gallery, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa (UHM), is pleased to present a new work by Sara Greenberger Rafferty on view March 7 through April 11, 2021 as part of the year-long exhibition series Out of the Camera: Beyond Photography.

OUT OF THE CAMERA: BEYOND PHOTOGRAPHY Chapter Three: Stephanie Syjuco

January 17 – February 28, 2021. The Commons Gallery, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM), is pleased to present a new series by Stephanie Syjuco in a solo presentation as part of the year-long exhibition series Out of the Camera: Beyond Photography.

CARISSA RODRIGUEZ: THE MAID

CARISSA RODRIGUEZ: THE MAID
September 27, 2020 – May 6, 2021: Carissa Rodriguez examines the material and social conditions in which art is produced and reveals how the canonical figure of the artist is reflected in—and reproduced by—the products of her labor…

NETWORKS, COLLABORATION AND RESISTANCE IN/BETWEEN PORTUGAL AND BRAZIL, 1962-1982 Works from the Arquivo Fernando Aguiar and the Coleção Moraes-Barbosa

October 26, 2020 – January 28, 2021: This exhibition features major works of Brazilian Concrete and Process poetry and related ephemera, c. 1962-1982, drawn from the Arquivo Fernando Aguiar and the Coleção Moraes-Barbosa and shown in Hawai’i for the first time.

Out of the Camera: Beyond Photography CHAPTER TWO: HADI FALLAHPISHEH

artwork by Hadi Fallahpisheh, 2020
November 9 – December 10 , 2020: Hadi Fallahpisheh’s photographic drawings record performances made in the darkroom on large-scale light-sensitive color paper.

OUT OF THE CAMERA: BEYOND PHOTOGRAPHY CHAPTER ONE: LUCAS BLALOCK

Artwork by Lucas Blalock, 2020
September 21 – October 29 , 2020: In this new work made for the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Le Déjeuner / Mollusks on the Grass (2020), Blalock’s investigation of two sunbathing bodies riffs on Édouard Manet’s Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe (1862) while creating a portrait of leisure for our times.

YUTAKA MATSUZAWA: TOWARDS QUANTUM ART

January 26 – May 7, 2020: The first solo exhibition in Hawai’i of Japanese Conceptual artist Yutaka Matsuzawa. Curated by Reiko Tomii and Alan Longino.

INUNDATION : ART AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE PACIFIC

January 19 – February 28, 2020: Inundation refers to both the watery disasters of climate change and the overwhelming emotions they evoke. This exhibition, curated by Jaimey Hamilton Faris, Associate Professor at the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, features work by Mary Babcock, Kaili Chun, DAKOgamay, James Jack, Kathy Jetn̄il-Kijiner, Joy Lehuanani Enomoto, Charles Lim, and Angela Tiatia…

2020 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition

An exhibition of MFA degree candidates Cody Anderson, Rebecca Goldschmidt, Kat Kazlauskas, Mary Kim and Carson Pellanda.

FRANCIS HAAR : DISAPPEARING HONOLULU

Black and white photograph in Chinatown by Francis Haar
September 15 – December 8, 2019 / John Young Museum of Art
An exhibition of original photographs by Francis Haar documenting the changes to ‘A‘ala, the neighborhood that is now Honolulu’s Chinatown, during the 1960s. The exhibition is curated by Gaye Chan.

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Stanton Macdonald-Wright
2022 MASTER OF FINE ARTS DEGREE CANDIDATE EXHIBITIONS
BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS EXHIBITION 2022
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