If Not Now When festival at Bishop Museum

If Not Now When is the opening festival for the STILL PRESENT PASTS exhibit that’s opening at the Bishop Museum this week.  The exhibit focuses on Korean Americans and “The Forgotten War.” This exhibit showcases artwork, films, performances, and archival footage, that explore the memories and legacies of the Korean War.

The art and music festival for peace and justice is the opening performances for the exhibit. Featuring Paula Fuga, Linus, Kings of Spade, Black Square, DJs Eskae and Capecod, Youth Speaks Hawaii slam poetry team, Kavet the Catalyst and Nomasterbacks, alongside Korean American Hip Hop artists Denizen Kane and Skim.

This looks to be a packed night of performances sure to set the tone of the exhibit.  This all ages show goes down this Saturday afternoon at the Bishop Museum.  Show starts at 530pm and goes until 930pm.  There’s free admission to Bishop Museum, so definitely make your way down there.

For more info on the STILL PRESENT PASTS exhibit, check out http://cmahawaii.org/