Make your own sunprints and explore climate related issues Explore ideas and image making using cyanotype – an early form of photographic printing using prints that are blue. Come away with unique powerful prints incorporating words, portraits and nature. In February 2020, The South London Botanical Institute declared a Climate Emergency, this workshop will explore visual ways to express and share key issues surrounding themes related to this.
28th July 11 – 2pm (bring a packed lunch)
Ages: 10 – 15, £5, for booking see under events www.slbi.org.uk
Summer Cyanotype, course code STE051A
2 Saturdays July 17th & 24th 10 – 4pm
Experiment with guided techniques to make unique and beautiful images using this exciting process. Learn to prepare a cyanotype recipe and apply directly to paper and fabric.The course also investigates historical and current creative practice in this field.
For more details and to book visit: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/course/summer-cyanotype/summer-cyanotype/
£100 or £75 concession
Discover the magic of early photography inspired by botanical heroines, artists and the wonders of nature with our Cyanotype workshop series.
Hosted by Zoë Burt, this workshop will explore the fascinating history of cyanotype. You’ll also learn how to make your own postcard prints inspired by nature.
The workshop fee includes a beginner’s cyanotype kit which will be posted out in advance of the session so there’s no need to worry about sourcing materials.
DATE: Wednesday 5th May 2021
LOCATION: online via Zoom
TIMINGS: 10.30am – midday
PRICE: £45 per person
BOOKING: This workshop will be hosted via Zoom. Please book online below and we will send you the video link and details of how to join. TO ENSURE THE KITS ARE DELIVERED TO YOU ON TIME BOOKINGS WILL BE CLOSED AT MIDNIGHT ON THE 28TH APRIL 2021.For more information or to enquire about last-minute booking, contact the Daylesford team on 01608 731 700 or email CAITLIN.FOGARTY@DAYLESFORD.COM How to book
CYANOTYPE BLUEPRINTING 2
Course Code: VTX186B
1 May – 8 May, 2 Saturdays, 10 – 4pm
Morley College, Waterloo Centre
Learn to prepare a light sensitive blueprint solution and how to apply it to different surfaces effectively including paper and fabric. Use Morley garden as a source of inspiration. Students develop and experiment with various techniques to make unique images using this historical process and learn to remove the blue colour from prints and make brown-toned images. The course also investigates current practice and artists using cyanotype or blueprinting.
For more information and to book visit www.morleycollege.ac.uk