Studio Class | Introduction to Cyanotype - MOWA Studio Class | Introduction to Cyanotype - MOWA

Studio Class | Introduction to Cyanotype

Studio Class | Introduction to Cyanotype
Saturday, August 26 | 10:00–1:00

The cyanotype is a nineteenth-century photographic printing process that uses UV light and an iron compound solution to create vibrant blue images.

Create original cyanotypes, or sunprints, in this hands-on, introductory workshop guided by photographers Lindsay Lochman and Barbara Ciurej. You will learn about the history of the process, materials, and techniques, and the art of developing with sunlight or UV exposure unit. Participants will use flowers, found objects, and negatives as their subject matter.

All printing equipment will be provided. Students are encouraged to bring photo negatives, flat objects, or botanicals.

Lindsay Lochman and Barbara Ciurej have been collaborating on photography projects for more than four decades and continue to explore alternative processes in their wide-ranging practice. In addition to their shared practice, Lochman brings her teaching experience from the University of Wisconsin and Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. Ciurej has an extensive background in graphic design. Their work has been exhibited widely in the US and internationally. Their work is also in numerous institutional and private collections. They are contributing editors to the photographic journal Lenscratch and maintain studios in Milwaukee and Chicago.

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Aug 26 2023


10:00 am - 1:00 pm


MOWA | West Bend


MOWA | West Bend
205 Veterans Avenue, West Bend, WI 53095
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