By Andrew Hamlin Northwest Asian Weekly Frank Kunishige (1878-1960) was a patient photographer. You have to be patient to catch Seattle’s Smith Tower in snow. But he also knew how to bring impressive changes out of traditional subject matter. He was no stranger to the female nude study, but he found ways to veil the […]
Author connects with culture through taste
She had to face cultural differences at an early age. Now, she celebrates the differences and similarities in Asian cultures in her latest nonfiction work.
Suyama recognized by architecture community
The Seattle Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) honored architects for their achievement in championing outstanding design in Seattle and the surrounding region. George Suyama of Suyama Peterson Deguchi received the AIA Seattle Medal of Honor. Suyama received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Washington. His extensive involvement in the […]
Comings and goings
The Wing Luke Asian Museum welcomes Ethelyn Abellanosa, new deputy director for operations. This is a new position created as part of the museum’s leadership transition. Abellanosa was the associate director for administration and human resources at the Henry Art Gallery, working there for the past 10 years during the Henry’s post-expansion phase.