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Friday, 10 November 2023 to Sunday, 12 November 2023

Mokuhanga Workshop + Lecture with Visiting Artist Patty Hudak 

Stowe, Vermont - The Current is pleased to welcome artist Patty Hudak to The Current from November 10-12, 2023. On Friday, November 10, Hudak will provide a free public lecture and demonstration from 6-8pm. Then, on Saturday, November 11 and Sunday, November 12, she will lead a 2-day Mokuhanga workshop from 10am-4pm. Originating in Korea and China, then refined in the Edo Period in Japan, Mokuhanga (Japanese water-based woodblock printing) is experiencing a contemporary revival as a nature-based art form. Trained in Japan, Patty Hudak will guide participants in the immersive techniques of carving and printing, using handmade brushes, Japanese paper, rice glue, gouache, and a handheld baren to carve and print two-color Mokuhanga prints. The workshop will cover the history of color in Japanese prints, and the potential of Mokuhanga as a medium for contemporary printmakers. While the Friday night lecture and demonstration is free and open to the public, workshop participation requires registering online at: https://www.thecurrentnow.org/product-page/introduction-to-mokuhanga

Scholarships and tuition assistance are available for the workshop. The workshop is for adults and youth ages 12+. The lecture is free and open to the public. All are welcome. 

For more information on the public talk or the two-day Mokuhanga workshop, contact Brandy Boden at brandy@thecurrentnow.org | +1 802 253 8358 or sign up here: 

https://www.thecurrentnow.org/product-page/introduction-to-mokuhanga

The Current is your center for contemporary art. Exhibitions of acclaimed international and emerging artists. Adult and youth art classes and private lessons. School tours, film screenings, lectures, outdoor exhibitions, and summer art camps. All brought to you through the generous support of our town, our members, and our sponsors. 

 

Gallery Hours: 10am-5pm, Tuesday - Friday; 10am-3pm Saturday

Office Hours: 9am-5pm, Monday - Friday

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+1 802 253 8358

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Patty Hudak is an artist living in Underhill VT, and has practiced Mokuhanga (Japanese woodblock printing) since 2016. Trained in Japan, she is now teaching Mokuhanga workshops throughout Vermont. She collaborates with the international print collective, Mokuhanga Sisters, to develop projects, find support, and present exhibitions to the public. Her grants and awards include Vermont Arts Council's 2023 Artist Development Award, the International Mokuhanga Conference 2021 Awagami Paper Award, Vermont Artists to Watch in 2020, 2018-2019 Vermont Arts Council Creation Grant, 2015 Being 3 Gallery’s Geography Project Award (Beijing, China) and 2015 Artist Grant from the US Embassy in China. She has participated 2023 Haystack Open Studio Residency; Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory in Kawaguchiko, Japan (2016, 2017, 2019), “Walking Birds’ Mountain”, Eco-residency in Sligo, Ireland (2018, 2019), and Baby Forest in Skibbereen, Ireland (2018). 

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802-253-8356
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90 Pond Street

Stowe, Vermont 05672

The Current , Stowe, VT

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