october, 2020

09oct1:00 pm4:00 pmCyanotypes with Ask the River1:00 pm - 4:00 pm River Gallery School

Event Details

Free Art Workshop!

In collaboration with River Gallery School’s Art for Social Change program, Ask the River artists Evie Lovett, Andrea Wasserman and Elizabeth Billings invite community members to create cyanotypes in support of racial, social, economic and environmental justice.

WHAT’S A CYANOTYPE?

Cyanotype is a 180-year old photographic process in which material coated with non-toxic light-sensitive chemicals is exposed to the sun and developed in water. Objects placed on the cloth block the sun and result in a white/light shape on a blue ground.

WHAT’S INVOLVED IN MAKING A CYANOTYPE?

HOW: We provide the coated paper or silk banner, you provide your contribution

WHEN: Friday, Oct. 9, 1-4 pm

WHERE: River Gallery School

HOW LONG: drop in’s welcome, come for an hour or more

WHAT YOU CAN CREATE:

postcards
signs on 9″x12″ paper
25’ cyanotype banner

WITH WHAT

letters/shapes cut out from paper
drawing with sharpie on acetate
printing words on acetate
water, found objects, grasses, etc

Time

(Friday) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location

River Gallery School

32 Main St

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