Don’t miss prints being made with the help of a steamroller at this day-long event.
Artists, in teams and individually, have made large-scale woodcuts that will be inked and steamrollered to create giant prints.
The artists were asked to create prints that reflect “Growing local: food, kalo, aloha, healthy diets, farms and farmers, land, and the human condition in the islands.”
The artists arrive about 8am to set up and ink plates. The steamroller arrives at 11am and will print until 3 pm.
Print Big: From the Ground Up
August 4, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Honolulu Museum School of Art