Photography – Fall One-Week Session
September 19-25, 2021
Cyanotype on Fabric
Cyanotype is an inexpensive and versatile photographic process dating to the 1840s that produces rich, monochrome images. This workshop will explore the possibilities of cyanotype with fabric as our ground. We’ll cover chemistry, fabric selection, preparation methods, and optimizing digital negatives made from digital image files, scans, or film negatives. We’ll move beyond basic blue and experiment with bleaching and toning to alter color and mood. Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to achieve a range of effects as well as set up their own practice. All levels.
Studio artist; teaching: Contextile Biennial (Portugal), 577 Foundation (OH); residencies: Prairie Ronde (MI), Jentel Foundation (WY), James Castle House (ID); exhibitions: James Castle House Museum, Espaço Campanhã (Portugal), Outer Space Gallery (FL), Foto Batalha Museu (Portugal), Zorka Rose Gallery (FL), Assemble Gallery (Seattle).
NOTE: Participation in fall workshops will require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.
Most campus activities will return to normal operating procedures.