Explore the beautiful technique of creating cyanotypes on this one day workshop.
Cyanotype is a photographic process which produces cyan-blue prints by using a light box or sunlight. You’ll learn how to coat your own papers with cyanotype solution and use a range of natural materials, plants and found objects to expose onto the paper, creating a series of experimental imagery.
You’ll come away with a small collection of A5 prints onto paper which can be used as framed artworks or cards to give to friends and family.
Your tutor: Kirstie Williams
This is ideal for complete beginners – no prior experience or knowledge needed
All course prices include basic materials such as papers, tools and equipment.
What do I need to prepare beforehand?
If you have any thin objects or materials such as lace, paper doilies, buttons, or plants and foliage from the garden feel free to bring these along to experiment with.
⦁ Introductions, group discussions, looking at examples of cyanotypes⦁ Demonstrations and practical activity to coat papers in the darkroom⦁ Lunch⦁ Spend the afternoon exposing papers and creating lots of cyanotype prints!⦁ Clean up and evaluate results
After attending this course you can join our workshop as a member and continue to use our facilities to make and develop your own work. The sooner the better, as the longer you leave it the more you are likely to forget! If you join up within one month of attending the course you will receive a £5 discount. Find out more about the benefits of membership here: https://www.wypw.org/shop/standard-membership/
- If you have to cancel:
- 16-12 weeks before the course: 50 % of the fee will be retained by WYPW
- Less than 12 weeks before the course: 100% of the fee will be retained by WYPW
- Please note that full payment is required for non-attendance on a booking that has been transferred.
- If we have to cancel: