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  • Systemwide Events Calendar
    olani Kaua i Leeward Maui Windward Systemwide Events Calendar 2016 Bachelor of Arts Exhibitions April 24 2016 May 13 2016 Manoa Campus Art Building The Art Gallery at the University of Hawai i at Mānoa Enlarge image 2016 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition showcases the accomplishments of forthcoming graduates from our BFA program The work by all of the art students is a culmination of a semester long focused exploration of professional studio practice The Graphic Design area presents its students work in The Commons Gallery The works of the students in the Studio Art program are featured at The Art Gallery Their pieces in ceramics drawing and painting electronic arts fiber glass photography performance printmaking and sculpture show a diverse range of ideas and techniques Special events Sunday April 26 2 00 5 00 p m 2 00 3 00 p m Awards Ceremony ART Auditorium 3 00 5 00 p m Reception The Art Gallery date time TBA Pecha kuchas with the artists The Art Gallery Ticket Information Gallery Hours Monday Friday 10 00 4 00 Sunday 12 00 4 00 Closed Saturdays Admission is free Donations are appreciated Parking fees may apply Event Sponsor Art Art History Manoa Campus More Information Sharon Tasaka 808 956 8364 gallery hawaii edu http www hawaii edu art exhibitions events exhibitions p 1225 Tweet Sunday April 24 2 00pm Shazam Dance Science Manoa Campus Kennedy Theatre Mainstage 2 00pm Film Bunohan Manoa Campus East West Center John A Burns Hall 4 00pm Aloha Concert 1 UH Symphony Band UH Concert Band McKinley High School Auditorium 7 00pm Aloha Concert 2 UH Wind Ensemble McKinley High School Auditorium April 2016 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/calendar/uh/2016/04/24/27992.html?ed_id=36872 (2016-02-15)
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  • Guidelines for Filming and Photography at the University of Hawaii 10-campus System
    s including alternate backup dates Equipment needs film crew needs regarding facilities as well as what the crew will bring on campus including electrical needs Number and type of vehicles that will require parking or campus access Number of persons on location including employees cast crew extras etc Budget Hawai i expenditure A copy of the script should be submitted Copies of any location release or other documentation that the university may be asked to execute Note The university generally prefers to incorporate any necessary location release or other provisions into the University s License for Use of University of Hawai i Real Property see number 6 below rather than executing multiple documents Whether or not the production company will be requesting to film the University logos trademarks signage or recognizable buildings and or landmarks for use in their production A Certificate of Insurance in the applicant s name must be submitted with the application and must name the University of Hawai i as additional insured with a minimum amount of 1 000 000 combined single limit coverage for bodily injury and property damage Coverage in the same minimum amount must also be provided for any vehicle s if the Applicant will drive onto UH property The original application and supporting documents must be submitted to the Broadcast Film Public Information Officer 2500 Campus Road Hawai i Hall Honolulu HI 96822 A faxed or emailed copy of the application and supporting documents will be accepted to begin the process but the original s must be received within 5 working days The application must be accompanied by a non refundable administrative processing fee of 150 payable to University of Hawai i T he application script insurance coverage and requests to film university logos trademarks signage or recognizable buildings and or landmarks

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/filming.php?film=howto (2016-02-15)
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  • Guidelines for Filming and Photography at the University of Hawaii 10-campus System
    Submit a news item The Newsroom is maintained by External Affairs and University Relations Script Guidelines for Filming and Photography at the University of Hawai i Scripts and storyboards will be approved on a case by case basis and must be reviewed Any script deletions additions or changes made after approval must be brought to the attention and approved prior to filming UH reserves the right to reject any proposals

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/filming.php?film=script (2016-02-15)
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  • Guidelines for Filming and Photography at the University of Hawaii 10-campus System
    and security Licensee shall observe and comply with all laws ordinances rules and regulations of the federal state municipal or county governments affecting the premises Licensee shall make no alterations to the premises or facilities without prior consent of Licensor and shall avoid any damage nuisance or waste of said premises At the end of each day all props and settings must be removed unless permission is granted by the University prior to the start of filming At the completion of the project the premises or facilities shall be cleaned of debris equipment props livestock or vehicles and restored to a condition equal to or as good condition as existed on the date of entry under this License reasonable wear and tear excepted Licensee agrees to pay for any and all damage to premises Licensee may use private roadways buildings or facilities only during approved hours for ingress or egress or for the transportation of personnel equipment props or livestock unless prior approval is granted for deviation from the stated hours No driving or parking on lawn areas or walkways is permitted It is understood that Licensee has inspected the premises or facilities and knows the condition thereof and fully assumes all risks incident to its use Licensee shall indemnify defend and hold harmless the Licensor and the State of Hawai i their officers agents employees or any person acting on their behalf 1 from and against any claim or demand for loss liability or damage including but not limited to claims for property damage personal injury or death by whomsoever brought arising from any accident or incident connected with or related to Licensee s activities on or about the premises or caused by failure on the part of the Licensee to maintain the premises in accordance with the terms and conditions of this License and 2 from and against all claims suits demands or causes of action by whomsoever brought resulting from the non observance or non performance of any of the terms covenant and conditions of the License or the rules regulations ordinances and laws of the federal state municipal or county governments Licensee shall reimburse Licensor and the State of Hawai i their officers employees agents or any person acting on their behalf for all attorneys fees costs and expenses incurred with the defense of such claims Licensee shall procure at Licensee s own cost and expense and keep in force during the entire period of this License with an insurance company or companies acceptable to the Licensor a policy or policies of liability insurance for personal injury or death and property damage including fire and extended coverage with a minimum combined single limit of 1 million for personal injury and property damage A certificate of insurance or a certified copy of each policy of insurance taken out shall be deposited with the Director Office of Risk Management ORM 2444 Dole Street Bachman 112 Honolulu Hawai i 96822 prior to use of the premises or facilities The

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/filming.php?film=license (2016-02-15)
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  • Guidelines for Filming and Photography at the University of Hawaii 10-campus System
    valid General Use Fee Licensee shall pay to the University a General Use Fee in the amount of 150 for the first day of filming in an enclosed area and 50 for each day thereafter The General Use Fee for an outdoor area is 100 for the first day and 50 for each day thereafter The General Use Fee does not include payment for the services of administrative staff security medical staff operations staff facilities support parking or janitorial personnel The various campuses may impose additional fees for the use of certain designated facilities Payment for the General Use Fee shall be made via certified check made payable to the University of Hawai i at least five working days prior to the start of filming and delivered to the respective campus If payment is not received by that time the University reserves the right to cancel the filming Other possible expenses Staffing The University will determine and furnish the staff necessary for filming on University premises Additional staffing may include but is not limited to administrative staff security medical staff operations staff facilities support parking and janitorial personnel and any other support staff necessary Licensee shall only be billed actual hours worked by such staff unless the filming hours are outside of the staff member s normal work hours If filming hours are outside of a staff member s normal work schedule an hourly rate of time and a half or double time may apply Operations The operation expenses may include but not be limited to electricity air conditioning water and the rental of any necessary equipment from the University Facilities Certain facilities may have their own rates These rates will be provided at the time of inquiry Payment for use of such facilities should be made directly to the

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/filming.php?film=fees (2016-02-15)
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  • Guidelines for Filming and Photography at the University of Hawaii 10-campus System
    for specific types of vehicles i e mopeds motorcycles is strictly prohibited Maximum vehicle height is determined by location s of shoot and contingent on factors including but not limited to tree limb clearance building awning heights and general accessibility to site Construction Equipment Safety It is imperative that all construction and equipment set up be conducted in a safe manner and in accordance with OSHA HIOSH and local fire department standards It is the responsibility of the Licensee to ensure that all persons associated with the film project follow safety procedures to assure their personal safety as well as that of university employees students and visitors Security The University shall determine whether campus security fire safety or other personnel need be present during filming In its discretion University may require Licensee to retain security fire safety or other safety personnel at Licensee s cost University may also require Licensee to provide or utilize protective or safety equipment at Licensee s cost Failure to abide by these requirements may result in revocation of license UH Staff Assistance Campus liaisons are the official contacts between the University and the Licensee Liaisons will assist the applicant with scouting locations obtaining permission to film from various campus agents and assisting the cast and crew on the day s of filming provided advance notice is given and such duties fall within normal business hours Filming without the presence of a University representative is prohibited Additional charges shall be incurred for University staff assistance that falls outside regular business hours Individual locations i e technologically or culturally sensitive may require the assistance of additional University staff familiar with specific locations Applicant shall be responsible for all associated expenses and costs Use of University Trademarks Symbols Locations Licensee shall make no reference to the University of

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/filming.php?film=reqs (2016-02-15)
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  • Collegiate Licensing FAQs :: External Affairs and University Relations :: University of Hawaii System
    enables the university to share in the benefits derived from the commercial use of its names and trademarks The licensing program is designed to establish a cooperative relationship with licensees to further develop the market for officially licensed product of the University of Hawai i In this way the consumer may be attracted to products that support the university The licensing program promotes a relationship through which both the university and its licensees will benefit FAQ Why have a licensing program What qualifies as a University of Hawai i trademark What are examples of the University of Hawai i trademarks Who must be licensed What kinds of products may be licensed What happens if a trademark is used without a license What are the requirements for obtaining a license How do I apply for a license Why have a licensing program The licensing program regulates and protects the commercial use of the university s name and identifying marks locally nationally and internationally The licensing program also promotes the university by stimulating public awareness and support of the University through licensing the commercial use of its trademarks and by ensuring that the product bearing its marks are of high quality and reflect positively on the University FAQ list What qualifies as a University of Hawai i trademark Any name mark logo insignia seal design word letters or symbols which have come to be associated with the University of Hawai i qualify as its trademarks The use of any of the university s trademarks even when encompassed by creative designs are subject to licensing The commercial use of all the university s trademarks is restricted to official licensees FAQ list What are examples of the University of Hawai i trademarks Trademarks may be any artwork or logo graphic work relating to the presentation of the following University of Hawai i University of Hawaii UH and the names and abbreviation of its other campuses Athletic Department trademarks and nicknames such as Rainbows Rainbow Warriors Rainbow Wahine Warriors and Vulcans The University of Hawai i System and campus seals buildings and their names and any other designs symbols art words or groups of words that have come to be associated with the university or its campuses FAQ list Who must be licensed Any individual organization or company wishing to use the University of Hawai i s name or identifying marks for a commercial venture must obtain a license This includes the use of the university s name or trademarks on products including premiums and promotions FAQ list What kinds of products must be licensed Any product will be considered by the university however no product will be licensed by the university until it has been reviewed and approved by the university via the Collegiate Licensing Office FAQ list What happens if a trademark s is used without a license Unauthorized use of the university Indicia may be judged an infringement of trademark ownership punishable by law FAQ list What are the requirements of obtaining

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/eaur/licensing_info.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Government Relations Search :: External Affairs and University Relations :: University of Hawaii System
    of Capital Improvements UH Budget Office Office of Government Relations 2444 Dole Street Bachman 109J Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 4250 fax 808 956 9701 Search University of Hawai i testimony on legislative bills resolutions and reports to the State Legislature Enter a keyword to begin your search for documents presented by the University of Hawai i to the Hawai i State Legislature Search for In document type All

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/eaur/govrel/search.php (2016-02-15)
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