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Date: August 12
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Registration Deadline: August 9
Learn to make cyanotype prints from the original 1842 formula created by photographic pioneer Sir John Herschel. The workshop will introduce cyanotype and its various uses—from photography to printmaking to collage to fiber arts to installation art. You will learn how to mix the chemistry, coat paper, expose, and process prints. Instruction will also be given on printing digital negatives from an inkjet printer to make cyanotypes from your own digital photographs. Materials for printing are included in the course fee. You are encouraged to bring any two-dimensional objects (pressed flowers, leaves, lace, etc.) and digital photographs you would like to print.
Emily J. Gómez is originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. She earned a BA in Fine Arts with an emphasis in Photography from Loyola University Chicago in 1998 and went on to work as the staff photographer for a Metropolitan Detroit newspaper, The Spinal Column Newsweekly, for five years. In 2006, she earned an MFA with Distinction in Photography from the University of Georgia. Since 2006, she has been a professor of art at Georgia College, where she teaches darkroom, digital, and alternative process photography. Her artistic interests lie in finding awe-inspiring landscapes, often while contemplating their complicated layers of human history. emilyjgomez.com
Materials for printing are included in the course fee. You are encouraged to bring any two-dimensional objects (pressed flowers, leaves, lace, etc.) and digital photographs you would like to print.
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COVID-RELATED UPDATES TO 2022 PROGRAMS AS OF December, 2021
To ensure the safety of our students and staff, we have implemented new procedures for our 2022 programs, to mitigate the spread of COVID and still allow participants to have a wonderful time creating art.
Class sizes will be limited to 12 persons or less for outdoor programs and 8 or less for indoor programs.
All students must wear face coverings inside the center.
Students and staff will wash and sanitize hands frequently throughout the day.
Common areas and touched surfaces will be sanitized regularly.
To keep pace with the evolving conditions related to the pandemic, any new policies or procedures for classes will be communicated.