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POSTED: Sunday, September 13, 2009

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“;The Wizard of Oz”; will be shown on the big screen at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at Dole Cannery, in celebration of the movie's 70th anniversary. Get your tickets now: there will be just one screening before it's back to seeing it on TV.

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“;Arms and Legs”; by Ian Hunter (www.myspace.com/ianhunterband)

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Call your grandma or grandpa today and wish them a Happy Grand- parents Day.

 

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Photos of Makua in French exhibit

Six of Hawaii photographer Jan Becket's images of Makua, originally displayed at a show at Honolulu Hale last year, are being included in Photoquai 2009, a French photography exhibit held biennially in Paris. Becket is the only American in the show featuring 50 photographers from around the world.

Becket visited Makua from 2005 to 2007, saying in a 2007 interview that the site was interesting for its contrast of natural beauty and military sites.

“;The past and present are bumping up against each other,”; he said.

Photoquai 2009 is housed along the banks of the Seine, below the Eiffel Tower, just outside Quai Branly Museum.

 

New gallery opens

The Kauai art community is growing with the opening of a new art space in Kukui'ula Village: Galerie 103.

The gallery, which intends to show a broad cross-section of national and international artists, is exhibiting Wayne Zebzda's “;Roadtrip”; installation. The multimedia show, which uses drawing, sculpture, video, photography and sound, previously exhibited at the Contemporary Museum's Biennial 2008 and the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

Other artists featured at the gallery include Carol Bennett, A. Kimberlin Blackburn, Peter Bodnar, Tom Emerson, Margaret Ezekiel, Sally French, Karen Gally, Mac James, Tom Lieber, Bruna Stude and Mark Van Wagner.

Call 742-0103 or visit www.galerie103.com.

 

Art events

» Painter and longtime teacher Barbara Eberhart displays more than 40 works at Che Pasta restaurant in Bishop Square through Oct. 31, with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 2. The artist, who teaches painting to female inmates, is also known for her murals. Call the restaurant at 524-0004 or visit www.barbaraeberhart.com.

» Temari celebrates its 30th birthday with a party from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Honpa Hongwanji social hall. The event features a silent auction, door prizes, food stations, no-host bar and talk-story event. $30; call 536-4566 or visit http://www.temaricenter.com.

» It's “;Perfect Harmony”; at the Honolulu Academy of Arts from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The free monthly family event features chamber music by Kamehameha Schools' Sinfonietta, the students of LES Studios and singer Sabrina Velazquez, an academy staffer who will perform works from her debut CD, “;The Anomaly.”; Galleries will be open with events for families. Call 532-8700.