Union of the Opposites: Hikaru H Miyakawa Opening Reception at The Cafe at eTown Hall

  • When: November 16, 2014 Time: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Cost: FREE
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Artist Hikaru H Miyakawa joins us for the Opening Reception of his exhibition "Union of the Opposites" at The Cafe at eTown Hall. This will be a Free Reception, open to the public, with an opportunity to meet the artist and view some truly innovative works of art. Hikaru will be also be performing a vocal operatic recital of Japanese, Italian, and German songs, as well as some selections from the musicals "Les Miserables," "West Side Story," and "The Phantom of the Opera," accompanied by Dr. Lisa Harrington on piano.

Doors & Reception Start: 5:00pm
Vocal Recital: 7:00-8:00pm
Event End: 9:00pm

 

hikaru painting 1

Title: "Angelos"
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
© 2008 Hikaru Hirata-Miyakawa
Original - NFS
Signed prints available in 2 sizes

 

hikaru painting 2

Title: "Labyrinth"
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
© 2008 Hikaru Hirata-Miyakawa
Collection of Reimi Adachi
Signed prints available in 2 sizes

 

About Hikaru

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Hikaru is a citizen of the archetypal world beyond the boundaries of folk, tribal, race oriented identities. Of course, part of him embodies the genuine Japanese aesthetic, as his maternalgreat grandfather, who was an Imperial Court - appointed artisan. His gift shop and the studio was visited by the Court from time to time.
Hikaru's initial training in art, music, and writing had begun when he was four years old. As Leonardo da Vinci, whom Hikaru has followed since he was ten (1972), he is a man of many expressions: art (both figurative and abstract), music, dance, acting, writing, and teaching.

His art has been shown in Europe (Germany, England, Italy, Greece, France, etc), Japan, Australia, and the U.S.A. His portfolio is on file at the Etude (Archive) department of the Louvre Museum in Paris, France via the recommendation from the former Director of the Painting Department (currently the President of the Louvre Museum), Pierre Rosenberg. He is also listed in the First edition of Lexikon der Phantastischen Kunstler (Encyclopedia of the Fantastic Artists) along with William Blake, Salvador Dali, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Francis Bacon, etc.

To know more about Hikaru, please visit: http://hikalux.weebly.com

To read the article about him on the diplomatic, cultural magazine in Austria, please visit:
http://mag3.i-magazine.de/imag/SOCIETY_Magazin_357/#/106

 

About Dr. Lisa Harrington

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Dr. Lisa Harrington received her master’s in musicology and doctorate in piano performance at CU Boulder, where she studied with Larry Graham and David Korevaar. Her particular interest in the music and culture of early-20th-century France has fueled projects such a biographical study of the French pianist Marcelle Meyer (1897-1958). Lisa performs lecture-recitals regularly at the Boulder Library Concert Series and most recently at the Noontime Concerts chamber music series in San Francisco. She has given lectures and workshops for the Boulder Bach Festival and the Colorado Music Festival. She teaches in her private studio in Boulder and is the director of a summer program called music FUNdamentals.