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Join us for these free online performances.

Storyteller Jeff Gere
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday February 23, 24, 25 at 10:00am
Hosted by Kaunoa Senior Center

Jeff Gere has been telling stories for the Summer Fun program for over 30 years. Twenty-seven of those years were spent as the Drama Specialist for the City & County of Honolulu's Parks Department.  After he retired in 2014, he continued storytelling, toured internationally and now brings his storytelling to you via Zoom!

Jeff's program will consist of the following:

Story Aerobics:  Group Storytelling on Zoom
Tuesday, February 23 at 10:00am 
Age: 10 to 100 years old (short tales for kids & adults happy to be a kid for a time)
The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco hired Jeff to do a workshop to ‘liven up’ their Zoom storytelling tours. Using four of their stories and showing the art they associate with each, Jeff will poke and joke, tell and tempt, tease and please you at home to join the frivolity of actively goofily, hilariously enacting stories with him. Wear comfortable clothes. Expect to move and laugh.
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Teen Tales
Wednesday, February 24 at 10:00am 
Ages: 10 to 100 (for everyone planning to be, or who knows, or who has been a teenager)
Here is an embarrassing, confessional, hilarious group of true tales and folklore gathered to capture that teen between time - not a child, not an adult, first awkward dates, blooming bodies, boy/girl awareness - TEENS! Share these tales of agony and ecstasy.
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Kupuna Tales: Marie Solomon
Thursday, February 25 at 10:00am  
Ages: 10 to 100 (best for people who drive cars) Hawaiian & Inspiring
Jeff founded, produced, and hosted the Talk Story Festival for 27 years. Many years featured a Neighbor Island tour. That’s where Jeff met Kohala’s revered kupuna elder, Marie Solomon, a Hawaiian warrior. Their prickley friendship spanned more than a decade of tours, festivals, visits, and finally, her wake. As time passes with Covid, profound tales of experiences with Marie keep coming up. It’s time for Jeff to share them. 
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Concert Series: Imaginary Homelands
Friday February 26 at 7:00pm
Hosted by SCEP Live Online

If, in fact, all memory is constructed, then how do keepers of a tradition sleep soundly at night? Meet artists Kenny Endo, Norman Kaneshiro, and Yukie Shiroma as they share their explorations of the intersection of Japanese taiko, Okinawan sanshin, and modern dance; and between the old and the new. Hear their stories of the collaborative process. The project is the first of its kind and the first collaboration between the three artists. The culminating Concert will be held at Leeward Theatre in January 2022.

The Imaginary Homelands artistic collaboration began in 2019 with inspiration from writer Salman Rushdie. He describes our remembrances of homelands as like a broken mirror, with some of its fragments lost forever. The act of revisiting the cultural past, he writes, is more about memory and forgetting than recreating precisely what once was.

Kenny Endo was the first non-Japanese national to be honored with a “natori,” a professional stage name. He is Artistic Director of the Taiko Center of the Pacific and tours extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally with his innovative cross-cultural musical collaborations.

Norman Kaneshiro is a founder and musical director of Ukwanshin Kabudan, an Okinawan performing arts organization, and instructor of Okinawan music in the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Department of Music.

Yukie Shiroma, modern and Okinawan dancer, is instructor of Okinawan dance in the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Department of Theatre and Dance and Artistic Director of mask physical theatre company, Monkey Waterfall.

In addition to the three primary artists, the show will also include Derek Fujio, Music Department Chair and Orchestra teacher at Kaimuki Middle School and president of the Okinawan koto organization, Ryukyu Sokyoku Koyokai Hawaii.
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or call 808-956-8246

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Missed a recent SCEP Live Online performance? Check out the 
SCEP Live Online YouTube channel. Recordings of live performances may be posted there for a limited time. 

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When retired UH Lecturer Tom Carpenter passed away, his sister Janet Carpenter chose to honor him by establishing the Tom F. Carpenter Memorial Fund. The fund supports Outreach College Community Programs, which provide statewide access to cultural and educational events featuring local and visiting artists and scholars. 
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About Outreach College

Extending the rich resources of the University of Hawai'i at Manoa to the community and world, Outreach College presents year-round lifelong learning opportunities for both traditional and nontraditional students. Diverse options make UH courses more accessible than ever--on the Manoa campus (days, evenings, and weekends); through Outreach Programs on Hawai'i, Maui, Kaua'i, Moloka'i, and Lana'i; and via the web to wherever you are in the world.

Community Programs
Phone: (808) 956-8246
Providing statewide access to cultural and educational events featuring local and visiting scholars and artists.

Credit Programs
Phone: (808) 956-6780; (808) 956-7221
Fax: (808) 956-3752
Year-round, UHM credit courses and degree programs are offered to working adults throughout the State.

Noncredit Programs
Phone: (808) 956-8244
Fax: (808) 956-9422
Gain professional skills and enhance career or personal development through an exciting array of courses.

Pacific New Media
Phone: (808) 956-3244
Prominent local and mainland professionals share their expertise and insight in seminars, talks, and intensive workshops on film/video, photography, digital media, and web design.

International Programs
Phone: (808) 956-7753
Fax: (808) 956-3421
These programs provide English training for individuals and groups; custom-designed English programs and seminars; and a course for non-native English speakers teaching English in their home countries.

International Bridge Program
Phone: (808) 956-9247
Fax: (808) 956-3752
International students receive assistance in meeting academic requirements for admission into either U.S. graduate or second bachelor's degree programs.

Conference Center
Phone: (808) 956-8204
Fax: (808) 956-3364
Our expert staff helps organizations with their conference planning, fiscal management, and logistical coordination.

Distance Learning
Phone: (808) 956-7221
In conjunction with UH-system campuses, the College offers online courses and degree programs as well as degree programs delivered via ITV (Interactive Television).

Academic Advising
Phone: (808) 956-7221
Fax: (808) 956-3752
UHM undergraduate students who are not currently in a degree program can receive general advising and student support services from here.

Summer Sessions
Phone: (808) 956-5666
Resident and visiting students participate in more than 1,200 credit courses, a broad variety of noncredit classes, and enjoy a lively summer campus.

Summer Scholar Program
Phone: (808) 956-6780
Qualified high school sophomores and juniors enroll in credit courses and explore campus life at UHM.

The John Young Museum of Art
Phone: (808) 956-3634
Visit UHM's first museum and view rare art collected from around the world by the late artist.

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