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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Thursday, May 18, 2006

Contemporary performance art

Advertiser Staff and News Services

The Contemporary Museum's 2411: art down the hill is designed to be exactly that: The modern, multimedia art vibe of the museum's 2411 Makiki Heights Drive venue taken down the hill to the city below.

The folks at the museum won't be carting gallery works downtown to NextDoor tonight, though. The first in a planned series of post-sunset events showcasing modern performance art features the New York-based Neistat Brothers bad-boy videographers, live film scoring by local musicians of the Orson Welles short "Four Men on a Raft," and turntablism by DJ Keith.

From 7 p.m., 43 North Hotel St., $10 ($5 museum members), 21 and over only. 237-5210.


This month, Hawai'i teens can take an online quiz on the risks and consequences of teen pregnancy and reflect on decision-making by going to www.TeenLineHawaii.org. The Web site is part of a local campaign to prevent teen pregnancy.

The Teen Intervention Program is also hosting its Seventh Annual Teen Pregnancy Prevention Slogan Contest. Javis Faletagaloa of Campbell High School won last year with the slogan "Don't Become a Father Before Becoming a Man."

For information, go to www.TeenLineHawaii.org or call 973-5974.


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