June 17 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm$184.00
A 3-Week In-Studio Workshop!
Saturdays, June 17th, 24, and July 1, 2-5pm
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About this Workshop:
What happens if you combine cyanotypes and lumen printing into one? In this workshop, participants will learn how to combine these two 19th-century photographic processes to create cyanolumen prints. During this one-day workshop, participants will learn chemistry mixing, coating techniques, and printing tips to make their own unique cyanolumen prints.
Level: Beginner – no experience necessary
Registration closes June 8, 2023. Material fees are included with your registration, though a list of additional items needed to be gathered/purchased will be sent with your confirmation.
Sample images by Selene LaMarca
CLASS MATERIALS LIST:
Registration includes a $25 materials fee to cover some of the necessary materials provided in class such a chemistry, tape, and gloves, Students need to bring the following supplies to class:
- New and/or expired black and white photographic paper of any size or age:
- Expired/old b&w photo paper: all types and brands will work but there will be different tonal effects
- Can also purchase new photographic paper, such as Ilford Multigrade FB Classic Paper; Ilford Multigrade FB Classic Matt Variable Contrast Paper; Ilford Multigrade Warmtone Resin Coated Paper
- Personal apron
- Objects such as botanicals and man-made materials (string, mesh netting, etc.) to help create your imagery
Selene LaMarca is a graphic designer and fine artist working in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. She creates experimental photographic work, often through by-passing the standard camera to work directly with light sensitive materials. LaMarca earned her BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. She currently teaches courses in graphic design, darkroom and digital photography. Learn more about her work at selenelamarca.com.
“Selene is a fantastic teacher: incredibly prepared, helpful, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and cheerful.”
—Attendee, Dyeing to Print with Selene LaMarca