Instructor: Charlotte Beck
Dates: Saturdays, April 16, 23, 30
Time: 10:00 am-1:00 pm
A cyanotype is a blue-toned print, which is the result of a photographic printing process. In this three-session workshop, we will learn how to coat paper with chemicals and create an exposure using UV light. Contact prints will be made with objects (flowers, trinkets, paper cut outs, etc.) or images (photos printed on a transparency). Once familiar with the process, students will be able to experiment and create individual pieces of artwork. A materials list will be provided upon registration; some supplies must be purchased independently. Please note: this class will take place in person at Root Division, located at 1131 Mission Street in SF.
*Sections A, B, and C are the same level and general course content. They occur on different dates and may have different instructors.
Register with a friend and get 10% off the class fee.
Register with 5 friends and one person can take the class FREE OF CHARGE!
Registrations must be made at the same time by the same person for the discount to apply. For inquiries and to take advantage of special rates, email: email@example.com
And if you don’t see what you want here, we would love to hear your suggestions for future classes.
Please email Michael Gabrielle at firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas!