Date: Sunday, Dec 8th, 2013
Time: 10am – 4pm
Location: Griffin Museum of Photography, 67 Shore Rd., Winchester, MA 01890
Cost: $130 (Griffin Museum Members) $180 (Non-Members)
The cyanotype process was invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842 and yields a blue print that can be toned and manipulated after printing. The day will cover curves, printing a digital negative, as well as toning and manipulation options. Please bring your own digital files. All supplies are included.
As the days get shorter, the weather colder, and the holiday season upon us, we encourage you to take a break from it all and join us for our new Winter Photographic Workshops at the Griffin Museum. Arts educator Michelle Rogers Pritzl is back to lead each workshop. These workshops will offer you the unique opportunity to enhance your photographic skills and learn about alternative photographic processes in a fun, creative learning environment. We encourage photographers of all interests and levels to attend.
Michelle is currently an MFA candidate at the Art Institute of Boston (AIB). Prior to attending the AIB, she taught for five years at the University High School in Irvine, CA. She loves getting students excited about photography and has taught several levels of darkroom and digital including alternative processes.