Film Showing: “Time for Justice”


This is a listing of older East-West Center events (newer listed first).  See Events to get the list of current or upcoming events.

Two Films about the upcoming Khmer Rouge Tribunal introduced by Dr. Phil Estermann.

When: Oct 7 2007 (All day)
Where: East-West Center Gallery

2:00-3:30 p.m. Admission Free.
Presented by Asian International Justice Initiative, a
collaboration between EWC and UC-Berkeley.

Special Events:
Unless otherwise specified, all in the EWC Gallery, admission free

Sunday, October 21, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Discussion: "Contemporary Cambodia"

of contemporary Cambodia by two Hawaii students.  David Aoyagi
(Mid-Pacific Institute) and Maria Walczuk (Connections Charter High
School, Hilo), who participated in the EWC AsiaPacificEd "Partnership
for Youth" Program.  The students' participation was sponsored by
Global Youth Center--Hawaii.  Moderated by Dr. Namji Steinemann.

Sunday, November 4, 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Cambodian Music
Anthony Rina Deth and friends.

Friday, November 9, 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Cambodian Roundtable Symposium
Place: John A. Burns Hall 4005, EWC
UH and EWC researchers will discuss academic projects in Cambodian studies.

Sunday, November 10, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Conference: "New Initiatives in Southeast Asia and Cambodia"
Place: UH Korean Studies Center, 1881 East-West Road
Academic papers by UH and other experts on Cambodia and cultural conservation of interest to the general public.

Sunday, November 11, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Public Lectures: "Living Cambodia"
Brief presentations on conservation efforts in Cambodia with emphasis on the "living culture" of the country.

three preceding events are a collaboration of the UH Historic
Preservation Program and the EWC.  For further information: Teri
Skillman, 956-5531 or [email protected]

Sunday, January 13, 2008, 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Dance performance-demonstration
Featuring Thavro Phim, noted Cambodian performer and EWC alumnus.

Exhibition: "Living Angkor"

Spectacular Angkor Wat in North Central Cambodia is one of the great
monuments of the world. This exhibition will focus on the living
aspects and continuity of culture found in Angkor and its environs
today. For many Cambodians the monuments of Angkor are the continuous
link to ancient Khmer culture despite the horrible devastation during
the "killing fields" period, 1975-79.The exhibition will feature
several 13th and 14th century sculptures and will also depict how these
are sometimes transformed into modern Buddhist worship.  Motifs found
in traditional textiles, puppets, and masks that are found within the
13th century friezes will be displayed.  Images by National Geographic
photographer Paul Chesley will depict both the monuments and the
contemporary Cambodian people.

EWC contact: Michael Schuster, Curator, EWC Gallery (808) 944-7543

email: [email protected]

East-West Center Arts Programs are made possible by generous support
from the Hawai`i Pacific Rim Society, Friends of Hawai`i Charities, the
Cooke Foundation, Jackie Chan Foundation USA, and generous contributors
to the EWC Foundation, including members of the EWC Arts `Ohana.

hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m; Sunday noon-4 p.m. Closed
Saturdays and holidays. Admission is free. Visitor parking on the
adjacent UH campus is $3 and is usually easily available on the upper
campus after 4 p.m. weekdays; Sunday parking is normally free and ample.

Primary Contact Info:
Name: Michael Schuster
Phone: 808-944-7543