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The International Examiner November 17, 2005 0

Visual Arts Painter Hiro Yokose is part of a group show through Dec. 3 at Winston Wachter Gallery. 203 N. Dexter Ave. (206) 652-5855. William Traver Gallery. The massive ceramic sculptures of Jun Kaneko

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The International Examiner November 1, 2005 0

By Alan Lau Visual Arts On view through Nov. 20 is Annie Han & Daniel Mihalyo’s Lead Pencil Studio installation entitled “Minus Space” in which they attempt to trace the past designs of Henry

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“Sex in Seattle” presents the Asian American wedding of the year

“Sex in Seattle” presents the Asian American wedding of the year

The International Examiner November 1, 2005 0

BY JUDITH VAN PRAAG Examiner Arts Writer You’re cordially invited to attend the wedding of Ms. Elizabeth Ko and Mr. Harold Chinn. You don’t know these people, nor their parents? Not to worry. Whether

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The International Examiner October 24, 2005 0

Visual Arts The art collective, SOIL celebrates their 10th anniversary with a group show of past and present members and a book release. “SOIL 1995-2005: A Retrospective” features the work of Etsuko Ichikawa, Saya

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Music and sound for “The Naked Island”

Music and sound for “The Naked Island”

The International Examiner October 24, 2005 0

BY KARYN KUBO LAMBORN Examiner Film Editor The experimental music group Aono Jikken Ensemble and the Northwest Film Forum are collaborating again to bring sound to another Japanese film classic. Screenings of “The Naked

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Eclectic trifecta of movies this month

Eclectic trifecta of movies this month

The International Examiner October 24, 2005 0

BY KARYN KUBO LAMBORN Examiner Film Editor Landmark’s Varsity theatre is having a mini-Asian film festival of sorts over the next few weeks. Now playing, the Japanese shojo manga (girls comic) inspired “Kamikaze Girls,”

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Aki Sogabe: A celebrated creator of kiri-e (paper cut)

Aki Sogabe: A celebrated creator of kiri-e (paper cut)

The International Examiner October 24, 2005 0

BY JUDITH VAN PRAAG Examiner Arts Writer Aki Sogabe’s love for the delicate art form of kiri-e (paper cut) dates back to middle school in Japan, when she discovered a Chinese paper-cut illustration. She

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The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

Visual Arts “Japanese Paper Stencils from the John Huston Collection” opens Oct. 6 and remains on view through Nov. 16. Carolyn Staley Fine Japanese Prints. 314 Occidental Ave. S. (206) 621-6493. www.carolynstaleyprints.com. The Senke

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Matsubara: Master of the woodcut print

Matsubara: Master of the woodcut print

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY CLAIRE EMIKO FANT Examiner Contributor Naoko’s World Through Oct. 11 Azuma Gallery 530 – 1st Avenue S. Thanks to Ravi Shankar, Naoko Matsubara found her niche in printmaking. In 1961, on a Fulbright

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Writing the Truth: Conversations with Samina Ali

Writing the Truth: Conversations with Samina Ali

The International Examiner October 4, 2005 0

BY BHARTI KIRCHNER Special to the Examiner Samina Ali’s debut novel, “Madras on Rainy Days,” has created quite a buzz. Described by critics as “lyrical,” “compelling,” and “deeply feminist,” it is the story of

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