Takuji Hamanaka and April Vollmer traveled to Schenectady in upstate New York to work with students and give a gallery talk for the exhibition “Mokuhanga: Impressions Past and Present” curated by printmaking teacher Sandy Wimer and art historian Sherry Lullo.
Sandy had studied Japanese woodcut printmaking at the Mokuhanga Study Center at Whitman College in Walla Walla last summer and brought her knowledge to students at Union.
The IMA is a group of artists, educators and craftspeople dedicated to the promotion of mokuhanga, Japanese waterbased woodcut printmaking for creative artists. The 2017 Board was assisted by the Hawaii Local Committee and many helpers from Hawaii and abroad who together made the Third International Mokuhanga Conference possible.
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