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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Tuesday, July 29, 2003

Emerging creatives, here's your chance

Advertiser Staff and News Services

The Gallery & Gardens of Kahalu'u is looking for an "emerging artist" to support, encourage and nurture — to the tune of $1,000 and a public show of the chosen artist's work.

They emphasize that emergence as an artist can happen at any stage of life — so the award is not restricted to the young, but is intended for those who are "young at heart" and finding new direction for their talent.

Application deadline is Thursday.

Direct inquiries to: Murray Breen at 396-1520 or mbartist@hawaii.rr.com.

Conference will focus on artistry with paper

Enthusiasts can mingle with international paper artists and educators at a major paper arts conference in Honolulu Aug. 3-9.

The Kapa, Washi, Paper Conference, sponsored by the Temari Center for Asian and Pacific Arts, will gather at Linekona Art Center.

The event is packed with field trips and 27 workshops.

To register, call Temari at 536-4566 or visit www.temaricenter.com.

TV movie captures Dog Chapman's tale

In a TV movie, Jason Gedrick, center, plays fugitive Andrew Luster, captured in Mexico by bounty hunters.

Gannett News Service

Hawai'i bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman had a film crew with him in Mexico when he tackled Max Factor heir and convicted rapist Andrew Luster last month in a scene that made headlines.

But when it plays as a made-for-TV movie, Dog will just have to watch. Actors Dan Shea and Jim Ralph play the bounty hunters in "Against Their Will: The Andrew Luster Case," premiering Aug. 11, on Lifetime Television. Jason Gedrick ("Boomtown") stars as Luster, who fled during a trial in which he was convicted of drugging and raping several women.