Date(s) - April 2, 2022
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Alabama Contemporary Art Center
Spring into April for a stimulating afternoon of printmaking.
Learn about the history of Cyanotypes while enjoying an afternoon of exploration, experimentation, and creative expression.
The cyanotype photographic process involves exposing botanical objects onto pre-coated, light-sensitive paper. These ‘photograms’ are exposed using sunshine and are developed using water. No harsh chemicals are used. Participants will create up to five 9″x12″ Cyanotypes of their own which can be the perfect gift, print, greeting card, or gift tag. Cyanotypes have a characteristic ‘cyan’ or blue color and are ‘archival’, meaning they won’t fade or deteriorate over time.
Masks will be required for all workshop participants! Workshops will also be limited to 10 participants each to allow for social distancing.
This workshop will meet Saturday, November 7th from 1 pm – 4 pm. Registration is $60 or $30 for ACAC members
For registration assistance or more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 251-208-5671.
› Participants must wear a face mask throughout the duration of the class.
› This class is meant for individuals who are 15 years old or older.
› This class is limited to 10 students and will be subject to cancellation if minimum attendance requirements are not met.
› Participants will use inks and materials that will stain their clothes. Please wear clothes that can get dirty.
› Registration fees are fixed and refunds will only be issued if the class does not meet the required attendance numbers.