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Photographs, Photograms, and Blueprints: Experimenting with Cyanotype

This workshop is open only to University of Pittsburgh students, faculty, and staff. University ID required for entry, based on University of Pittsburgh COVID-19 safety procedures. Registration is required.

Learn how to make photographs without a camera using cyanotype!

Use cyanotype chemistry to create photosensitive plates to make photograms (directly on paper) and photographs (using negatives). 

We'll also explore how the final color of a print can be modified with acid, peroxide, and other household ingredients, and learn how an old picture frame can be used as a basic printing frame for further experimentation.

Facilitated by Dani Stuchel, Center for Creativity.

 

Monday, November 1 at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Text & conText Lab, Hillman Library 3960 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15260

Photographs, Photograms, and Blueprints: Experimenting with Cyanotype

This workshop is open only to University of Pittsburgh students, faculty, and staff. University ID required for entry, based on University of Pittsburgh COVID-19 safety procedures. Registration is required.

Learn how to make photographs without a camera using cyanotype!

Use cyanotype chemistry to create photosensitive plates to make photograms (directly on paper) and photographs (using negatives). 

We'll also explore how the final color of a print can be modified with acid, peroxide, and other household ingredients, and learn how an old picture frame can be used as a basic printing frame for further experimentation.

Facilitated by Dani Stuchel, Center for Creativity.

 

Monday, November 1 at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Text & conText Lab, Hillman Library 3960 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15260

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