Photography on Wellbeing - Cyanotype Printing Workshop - Liverpool
Sun Jan 30 2022 at 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Make. North Docks | Liverpool, EN
About this Event
A botanical themed cyanotype workshop that focuses on wellbeing and therapeutic art. The environment will be supportive, fun and exciting!
Cyanotype, also known as sun printing, is a 180-year-old photographic printing process. It is a unique and easy process which produces printed patterns and silhouettes onto light sensitive paper. It’s fun, easy and great for experimentation. This workshop is ideal for beginners, no experience necessary. All materials are included and results in one A4 print and three A6 greetings cards.
During the workshop we will introduce you to the basics of the cyanotype printmaking process, see all the necessary tools needed and learn about using natural light or U.V light to achieve different results. On the day we will be using U.V light to contact print with objects to allow you to create your own cyanotype images. All with be done in a gentle and supportive manner.
The workshop includes:
- 1 1/2 Hour Cyanotype workshop at Make. North Docks, Liverpool
- Two experienced tutors on hand
- Introduction to Cyanotype and this historical process
- The wellbeing benefits of such an activity
- All materials needed to produce:
- One book mark
- One A4 print
- Two A5 Prints
Digital/ Emailed gift cards available on request, drop us a message when purchasing.
There are a maximum of 15 persons allowed on each session. Early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.
Food & refreshments will be available to purchase from the café where the workshop takes place.
Children aged eight and over welcomed, accompanied by an adult.
There are a range of safety measures in place to keep everyone as safe and comfortable as possible throughout the workshop. We ask everyone to respect social distancing guidelines. There will be sanitising stations and regular cleaning is in place. These measures may change with the changing guidelines.
Location: Make. North Docks, 37 Regent Street, Liverpool, L3 7BN
Arrival by Car:
On street parking around the venue is unlimited and free for the first two hours.
Train: Moorfields train station is the closest. It is then a 17 minute walk from the station.
Bus: The number 136 (Waterloo-Liverpool) bus route from Liverpool One, stops on Great Howard Street.
Disability access or additional requirements:
Our venue space is located on the ground floor and are completely accessible including accessible toilet. There is some on site parking available for people who require an accessible parking bay. Feel free to get in-touch if you have any other concerns or special requirements.
Cancellations/refunds are permitted up to 30 days before the start of the course. Please contact us to arrange this. You are confirmed on the class once your booking is received. If you are unable to attend due to illness or other reasons you do not have the right to a refund. If you wish to cancel your place on the course and transfer the place to a friend or colleague we can accommodate this, please get in touch.
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We look forward to your attendance,
Nicola Lewis-Dixon & Marianne McGurk
[Images taken by photographer Garry Cook and the attendants of previous workshops]
Where is it happening?Make. North Docks, 34 Regent Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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