Culture and Identity Exhibit Reception, hosted by the International Cafe ʻOhana
Students, faculty and staff share their original artwork such as painting, drawing, calligraphy, collage, ceramics, sculpture, design, photography, fiber art or jewelry.
The exhibit also contains a variety of items such as clothing, dishes, toys or decorations that people have brought from home because these things are related to their culture or country.
All of the items on display in this exhibit represent aspects of personal or cultural identity. This multicultural exhibit is sponsored by the International Cafe ʻOhana and is open to the public from Sept 14-27, 2019.**