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Humans of the East-West Center Studios offers a glimpse of life at the East-West Center through interviews and multimedia that spotlight the unique experiences, backgrounds, passions, identities and visions of the individual. By celebrating the rich diversity of our community, the Humans of the EWC project aims to develop and strengthen our connections with one another. Please click on one of the features below to learn more about the EWC and the people here.


Hear the exuberance of EWC Foundation Scholar Karese Kaw-uh as she recalls how a kitchen conversation in Hale Mānoa redirected her MFA thesis trajectory.


Listen to the stories, music, and enthusiasm of EWC Graduate Degree Fellowship recipient John Taukave (Jay-J) as he reflects upon EWC communal spaces, fellowship, and the importance of water.

Humans of the East-West Center Studios offers a glimpse of life at the East-West Center through interviews and multimedia that spotlight the unique experiences, backgrounds, passions, identities and visions of the individual. By celebrating the rich diversity of our community, the Humans of the EWC project aims to develop and strengthen our connections with one another. Please click on one of the features below to learn more about the EWC and the people here.


Hear the exuberance of EWC Foundation Scholar Karese Kaw-uh as she recalls how a kitchen conversation in Hale Mānoa redirected her MFA thesis trajectory.


Listen to the stories, music, and enthusiasm of EWC Graduate Degree Fellowship recipient John Taukave (Jay-J) as he reflects upon EWC communal spaces, fellowship, and the importance of water.