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The Magic of Cyanotypes [Rescheduled]

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September 7-8, 2024
11am to 4 pm

The Magic of Cyanotypes 

Cyanotypes has been rescheduled to 9/7-9/8, 11am to 4 pm 

Dive into the magical blue hued world of Cyanotypes! Explore this nearly 200 year old alternative photography process and the many creative paths it can lead. Cyanotypes were first discovered in 1842 by Sir John Herschel and were used as a means of reproducing documents and notes. Later, scientist Anna Atkins employed the process to catalog the different flora she was studying, eventually publishing her findings in the first photographically illustrated book. Since those early days, artists and scientists alike have experimented with the process,  pushing the boundaries and incorporating the method into other artistic practices. Whether a novice or expert, come and try your hand in this simple yet elegant process. Students will learn how to create the cyanotype solution, apply it to an array of materials, gather objects, create digital negatives, and produce perfect exposures. As the course progresses, we will use this foundational knowledge to explore the numerous creative avenues that cyanotypes may lead an artist, experimenting with different materials and creative approaches. Cellphones required.   

Join us for this exciting, adventurous, and inspiring class! 

Adult – Min: 7 Max:15 

Members: $175 Non-members: $200 

Instructor: Sarah Anthony 

Sarah Anthony earned a B.F.A. in Art Photography from Syracuse University and a Masters in Art Education from the School of Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University. Her work focuses on gender, human experience, and transitional states. Her photography has been exhibited and published internationally. Alongside her fine art work, she runs a small illustration business called Bird Bag and spends her days teaching media arts to high schoolers. She lives and works in the South Shore area of Massachusetts. 

Class Scholarship Opportunity

We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to the Windgate Foundation for their generous contribution towards making scholarships available to craft learners. Thanks to their support, we are able to offer financial aid to those who are passionate about learning and creating. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please fill out the scholarship application form, applications are processed on a rolling basis.

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