|Date and time||Duration||Presenter||Space|
Monday, 28 September 2020 - 11:00 am
||about 3 hours||Chris Bowes|
Discover the joys of creating a print simply by exposing with the sun! Learn how to create unique art prints using a bit of science, some everyday objects and your imagination!
Often considered one of the easiest and safest types of alternative photography, Cyanotypes use a simple chemical solution which is coated onto paper. An image is formed by exposing the paper to UV light, like the sun, and rinsing the print in water. What’s even better, is that the Cyanotype process can be replicated on all sorts of different materials, including fabrics!
In this workshop you’ll learn how to master the Cyanotype technique in the unique setting of the rooftop at michaels.
Students are encouraged to bring three of their favourite images on a USB, and are also asked to bring objects which lie flat and have defined edges (such as interesting leaves or lace), which will be used during the workshop to create the Cyanotypes. Have fun and be creative with what you bring!
Please note: For students aged 8-13, a parent or legal guardian must be present ($59 for second attendee)