Observing Wildness with Cyanotypes and Monoprinting
Fri, June 16 @ 9:00 am - Sat, June 17 @ 4:00 pm
Over the course of two days, students will spend time outside near Lake Superior and inside the printmaking studio creating cyanotypes and monotypes that reflect on the experience of observing small moments of wildness and spending time outdoors. Cyanotype printing is a non-toxic sun printing process and monotypes are a painterly method of printmaking that uses plexiglass to make unique prints. Anna will provide demonstrations and guidance, allowing students to experiment and create a small series of prints.
Tuition + Supplies | Observing Wildness with Cyanotypes and Monoprinting
Tuition = $310
Supply Fee = $55
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