Cyanotype is a photographic printing process, monochromatic and iron salted based, discovered in 1842 by Sir John Herschel. Considered as an alternative procedure by the history of photography, it allows photographic prints in a blue color graduation scale. Cyanotype, like the other analog photography processes, only requires the use of the right chemicals, paper, a darkroom and light. In this workshop, we propose to explore the process of cyanotype by making photograms (images that does not require a photographic camera).
Date: 28th April 2018
Number of Sessions: 1 Session
Target audience: Juveniles and Adults
Minimum Number of Participants: 6
Maximum Number of Participants: 12
Location: Espaço Amoreiras – Centro Empresarial (LEAP e Origem’s terrace)
Schedule: 15h00 – 17h30
Instructor: Rui Dias Monteiro
By telephone: +351 213 600 071 (from 9h00 to 17h00)
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
– 10% in the 2nd subscription.
– 10% in subscriptions made by employees from companies based at Espaço Amoreiras [discounts are not accumulative].
Price per person: €25 (all materials included)
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