Join artist Almudena Romero for this introduction to the historical processes of cyanotype printing. The cyanotype, so-called for the cyan-blue colour of the print, was one of the first photographic processes.
Gather inspiration from contemporary artists using this technique and learn the basic chemistry so that you can practice it independently after the course. Work with a variety of papers and fabrics to make your own unique prints in this hands-on workshop.
Suitable for all abilities. All materials are provided and participants take home four A4/A5 size prints and the skills to make more at home.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Almudena Romero is a visual artist and expert in early photographic techniques.
SLG Skills is a new series of courses and workshops taking place in the beautiful Fire Station Kitchen. Any surplus income from ticket sales will help support the SLG’s extensive education programme.