The Hui’s 2016 Artist in Residence Program will culminate with a “Big Ink” celebration! Artist in Residence Professor James Bailey will guide teams of volunteers as they assist him in the printing process by inking woodblocks that have been carved by local artists, Hui students, and youth from local schools in the weeks leading up to the event. Everyone will be invited to gather and watch the magic unfold as James prints the woodcuts on cloth or paper by driving over them with a steamroller. Learn more about James Bailey at jamesbaileyart.com. Mahalo to the Laila Twigg-Smith Art Fund of the Hawai‘i Community Foundation for their generous support of this program!
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