Ray Hudson lived in the Aleutian Islands from 1964 to 1992, and there his heart remains even though he now lives in Middlebury, Vermont, with his wife, Sally. As a teacher at Unalaska, Hudosn oversaw the publication of seven volumes of regional history, and edited a collection of stories and craft instructions by Aleut leaders. In Vermont, Hudson continues to research and write on topics related to the island. Raised in Yakima, Washignton, and a graduate of the University of Washington, Hudson stude\ied woodblock printing with Lu Fang at the Zhejiang Fin Arts Academy in Hangzhou, China. He is the recipient of the National Education Association's Leo Reano Awared for his work with First Americans. In 1990, the Alaska State Council on the Arts recognized Hudson's effort on bahalf of the arts in the Aleutians by presenting him with the Governor's Award for the Arts.
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