3 August 2016
Vancouver celebrates woodcut printing
VANCOUVER, BC—Last weekend 12 Chinese Canadian and First Nations artists met in Chinatown’s Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Plaza in Vancouver, for the Big Print Project, a celebration of large-scale woodcut printing.

Amanda Siebert//The Georgia Straight

Artists carved four-foot by eight foot wooden panels to create prints using a steamroller as a press. The prints will be auctioned on August 19 at the Chinese Cultural Centre Museum and Archives— and will be on display from August 20-21.

 Amanda Siebert//The Georgia Straight

Read more on The Georgia Straight website.

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