This one-day intensive workshop will focus on the cyanotype process! The prints are made using fabrics that have been coated with a photo-sensitive emulsion. When exposed using UV light, they create rich blue photographic images. The workshop will cover both analog processes, like creating photograms from found materials, as well as digital processes by learning how to prepare files for the creation of digital negatives. Paper, transparencies, chemistry, and tools necessary for creating cyanotypes are included in the cost of this workshop.
*Students are welcome to bring their own found objects such as: Bones, botanical specimens (pressed leaves or flowers, live clippings), feathers, lace or other interesting fabrics with a variation in translucency, sea glass, snake skin, etc.