Cyanotype On Fabric Workshop (5 October 2024)

In this workshop, attendees will learn the basics of the alternative/historical photographic process of cyanotype printing. Dating back to the mid 1800’s, cyanotype is the process behind the term ‘blue print’ and is famed for its shades of blues on, traditionally, a white surface.

Date: Saturday, October 5th – 2024
Time: 9:00 – 12:30 ( 3.5 hours)
Place: The Deckle Edge @ 13 Brickfield Road, Salt River
Workshops space limited booking essential

All materials are included in the price and provided by me;

Cyanotype Sensitizer Solutions
UV exposure units
Paper / fabric (from Deckle Edge)
Applicator sponges
Plants and objects
Exposure frames and clips
Negatives

* Each attendee gets a 10% Deckle shopping coupon for the day.

Recommended age: All welcome from 15 years and up.

What you will learn:

Attendees will learn the alternative and historical photographic printing process of cyanotype. Dating back to the mid 1800’s,cyanotypes are famed for their distinctive blue shades with the process also being the origin behind the term “blueprint”. Attendees will learn how to coat, develop and rinse prints. They will be given the opportunity to practice on fine art paper before creating final prints on fabric.

About the facilitatior:

My name is Chloe, nickname ‘Cleo’, and I am a visual artist and workshop instructor living and working in Cape Town, South Africa. I graduated with a BA (Fine Art) from Michaelis School of Fine Art in 2014 and completed my Masters in Visual Art through UNISA in 2021.
I have exhibited my work in various venues and galleries in Cape Town and abroad, including AVA Gallery, Youngblood Gallery, State of the Art Galley , Gallery ONE 11 and Art B Gallery, as well as Casa Petrarca, Figline Valdarno and Studio BONG  in Florence, Italy, and at The Small Print Co. in London.
I regularly host cyanotype workshops, as well as other alternative photographic workshops such as Lumen, Phytogram and Polaroid Emulsion Lift workshops.

*If you need to cancel your workshop booking, please let us know by 11 a.m the weekday before the workshop. To help us support the facilitator, late cancellations will not be refunded. A credit for future events could be granted at our discretion.

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In this workshop, attendees will learn the basics of the alternative/historical photographic process of cyanotype printing. Dating back to the mid 1800’s, cyanotype is the process behind the term ‘blue print’ and is famed for its shades of blues on, traditionally, a white surface.

Date: Saturday, October 5th – 2024
Time: 9:00 – 12:30 ( 3.5 hours)
Place: The Deckle Edge @ 13 Brickfield Road, Salt River
Workshops space limited booking essential

All materials are included in the price and provided by me;

Cyanotype Sensitizer Solutions
UV exposure units
Paper / fabric (from Deckle Edge)
Applicator sponges
Plants and objects
Exposure frames and clips
Negatives

* Each attendee gets a 10% Deckle shopping coupon for the day.

Recommended age: All welcome from 15 years and up.

What you will learn:

Attendees will learn the alternative and historical photographic printing process of cyanotype. Dating back to the mid 1800’s,cyanotypes are famed for their distinctive blue shades with the process also being the origin behind the term “blueprint”. Attendees will learn how to coat, develop and rinse prints. They will be given the opportunity to practice on fine art paper before creating final prints on fabric.

About the facilitatior:

My name is Chloe, nickname ‘Cleo’, and I am a visual artist and workshop instructor living and working in Cape Town, South Africa. I graduated with a BA (Fine Art) from Michaelis School of Fine Art in 2014 and completed my Masters in Visual Art through UNISA in 2021.
I have exhibited my work in various venues and galleries in Cape Town and abroad, including AVA Gallery, Youngblood Gallery, State of the Art Galley , Gallery ONE 11 and Art B Gallery, as well as Casa Petrarca, Figline Valdarno and Studio BONG  in Florence, Italy, and at The Small Print Co. in London.
I regularly host cyanotype workshops, as well as other alternative photographic workshops such as Lumen, Phytogram and Polaroid Emulsion Lift workshops.

*If you need to cancel your workshop booking, please let us know by 11 a.m the weekday before the workshop. To help us support the facilitator, late cancellations will not be refunded. A credit for future events could be granted at our discretion.

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