6 Saturdays, August 7 through September 11, 2021
11am-4pm each day, with a break from 1-2pm
Anthotypes, August 7 & 15 hybrid online and in-person. Location TBA
Cyanotypes: August 21 & 28 hybrid online and in-person. Location TBA
Pinhole photography: September 4 & 11 in-person. Location TBA
Max # of Participants: 10
The Handmade Photography workshop is a 6-week long workshop broken up into three 2-week parts, each focusing on a different type of handmade photography. The first part is Pinhole Photography taught by Walter Curmp. A pinhole camera is most often handmade out of cardboard without a lens and with a tiny aperture through which to capture an image. The second part is Anthotypes taught by Jesseca Ferguson. An anthotype print starts with an emulsion made from plants then after a sheet of paper is coated with the emulsion and dried a contact print can be made with exposure to direct full sun-light. The third part of the workshop is Cyanotypes taught by Edie Bresler. Cyanotype, or “blue imprint” is a nineteenth century printing process similar to anthotype in that an emulsion is mixed, paper is coated, and a contact print is made though the striking blue image that results is of unique beauty.
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Tickets for PRC Workshop: Handmade Photography can be booked here.
|Ticket Information||Ticket Price|
|PRC Member||USD 350|
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