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Learn a unique plant-based photography technique in this anthotype workshop.
Using photosensitive material derived from plants, this method is one of the most natural and sustainable photography printing processes.
Artist Melanie King introduces a brief history of the process before inviting participants to select a plant to practise the technique with.
Along with a set of handmade prints, participants leave with the skills to make more at home.
All materials are provided. This workshop is suitable for beginners.
Melanie King is an artist and curator. She is co-director of super/collider, Lumen Studios and the London Alternative Photography Collective. She is a lecturer on the MA programme at the Royal College of Art, and on the BA Photography course at University of West London. Melanie is a PhD Candidate at the Royal College of Art.
- Seating is available.
- The activity will involve listening to the workshop leader and hands-on activities.
- The event takes place on the second floor which is accessible via a lift or stairs.
- Ear plugs, ear defenders, magnifying glasses and wheelchairs are all available.
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