Workshop for Art Teachers: Making Cyanotypes
Saturday April 17, 2010 1pm – 4pm
This three hour workshop introduces the cyanotype: one of the oldest photographic process that produces a stunning vivid blue and white monochromatic image. Creating cyanotypes is a simple, effective way to introduce traditional photographic processes to students, without the need for a darkroom.
Participants will learn how to make a cyanotype, and explore practical applications for the classroom.
This workshop is free, please book a spot as there are limited spaces. Bring a pair of rubber gloves, and watercolour or printmaking paper. Everything else will be provided.