Blue magic or cyanotype workshop

18th march – 12th september 2011

Cyanotype is a process of image reproduction that produces a blue-coloured copy called a cyanotype.

Cyanotypes can be obtained from ordinary negatives or from drawings and reproductions made on transparent or translucent materials, which have the same size as the desired print, as it is a contact process.

Solutions for sensitising paper or fabrics are easy to prepare and use. No developing is needed in the basic process; the image appears directly and becomes permanent by washing with water.

Dates: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 21 March to 12 September 2011.

Time: 10 am to 7 pm

Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Aimed at: children in infant and primary education.

Registration: Free of charge

985 331 907