Kids Summer Analogue Photography School | 16-17 January 2017 (two spots available)
Kids Summer Analogue Photography School | two-day workshop
This hands-on workshop for kids explores photography in the PhotoAccess darkroom. In this fun and interactive two-day school holiday program kids will gain an insight into the history of photography as well as a hands-on understanding of analogue processes and the ways photography can be used for artistic expression. Guided by an experienced tutor, the class will make contact prints, photograms and sun prints (cyanotypes). Using different objects, negatives and found materials, students will make collage style photographs. Kids will also make their own pinhole camera (which they get to take home), and use them to create unique images in the workshop.
Suitable for 10 to 16 year olds of all experience levels.
This workshop introduces kids to the PhotoAccess darkroom. Our darkroom is the only publicly accessible photographic darkroom in the Canberra region, and is a platform for people to create and learn through traditional photographic processes.
Lunch and a hat and sunscreen (for lunch breaks). Morning tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns. All workshop materials supplied (kids are welcome and encouraged to bring small transparent and/or translucent objects to the workshop).
Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 January 2017, 9am-4pm each day
Enrol in two programs and save: Book your budding photographer in both the Kids Summer Analogue Photography School and the Kids Summer Digital Photography School and you'll receive $10 off the combined total.
Minimum number of students: 8 (two spots available)
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