Event Phone: 07767 767625
- 28th May 2018
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
An introduction to one of the earliest photographic technique from the 1840s. A cyanotype photogram is a camera-less process which produces rich blue prints by placing found objects such as leaves and flowers (or pieces of old machinery, knives and forks, whatever your creativity can conjure up) onto sensitised paper which we then expose to sunlight. These one-off prints are then developed in running water. You can expect to make and develop around four A4 sized prints during the workshop – ready to take home and frame, although they may be a little damp…
We will also have a look at the work of artists who continue to use this simple technique.
Workshops are planned to last around 2 1/2 – 3 hours with a maximum of 8 participants.
We will spend some time collecting suitable specimens from the grounds around the Boilerhouse Gallery – but can make other arrangements if mobility is an issue. Please wear footwear suitable for fairly rough ground. Workshop takes place outside so is weather dependent.
Suitable for ages of around 7 upwards, but children must be accompanied…