Sat 27 May 2023, 10.00am – 3.00pm
Cyanotype is a photographic printing process which produces rich blue prints when exposed to UV light. During this workshop you will learn how to create your own cyanotype prints using natural forms and materials found in Compton Verney’s landscape.
This introductory course is open to all abilities, including those who have little or no experience of photography or art.
The course will take place outdoors near to the house. These areas are accessible for wheelchair users but the ground can become softer in wetter weather. Please do let me know if you require any additional requirements, this will help us to review and adjust the course in advance if necessary. All materials will be provided.
£40 per person
Tickets include entry to our exhibitions, collections and grounds.
Two sessions will be taking place across this day:
Stuart Robinson is a local artist and photographic lecturer that specialises in leading workshops in traditional and alternative photographic processes. Stuart has BA (Hons) Degree in Documentary photography at UWCN and has worked in both the photographic industry and in art education for over 20 years. Stuart regularly leads workshops for arts and educational organisations, including sessions with children and adults of all age ranges.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable