Come join Joanna Aloysia and Kelly McKaig for a creative Sunday afternoon! In this workshop we will teach you the photographic process of cyanotyping. We will teach you how to mix these benign chemicals to make a photosensitive wash, sensitize the paper, how to make a photogram, and how to develop the image to get that amazing blue. After that, it’s all experimentation and hanging out in the sunshine.
This workshop will be mostly outdoors and will be a little messy, so plan for a day of playing with flowers, lightly splashing in water, and painting. We will be providing various objects to help you make a photogram: flowers, glass, feathers, leaves, paperclips, keys, safety pins, translucent fabric, lace, etc. Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
Please bring your own:
Paper (100% cotton or linen, sized but unbuffered)
Suggestions: lace, flowers, jewelry, keys, etc.
Cost: $100/person with a max capacity of 8 guests
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Availability: 5 seats still open!
Although the workshop is planned for Sunday, June 23rd, we have a rain date of Sunday, June 30th planned as sunlight is very important to this process. You will receive an email no later than Saturday, June 22nd at 12pm if we need to reschedule.