Fri, Jul 09 | The Musk Ox Farm

Introduction to Cyanotype: Nature Prints

This workshop will introduce students to the alternative photographic process known as cyanotype with its roots in art and science.
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Introduction to Cyanotype: Nature Prints

Time & Location

Jul 09, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM AKDT
The Musk Ox Farm, 12850 E Archie Rd, Palmer, AK 99645, USA

About the Event

Introduction to Cyanotype: Nature Prints

Friday, July 9 @ 3:00pm

With Tina Marks and Emily Johnson

This workshop will introduce students to the alternative photographic process known as cyanotype with its roots in art and science.  Botanist Anna Atkins used this process in the 1850s to document and study plant life without using a camera.  Students will design and develop sun photograms using plant material, pressed flowers, and other objects found in nature.  The  finished prints will be inverse images of white on a prussian (cyan) blue ground on both paper and fabric. Students will learn and practice this technique with supplied materials and space.

 Ages: 12 + Up; ADA Compliant; Please contact with accessibility and accommodation questions.

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