Cyanotype Workshop - an old photographic printing process since 1842 (Kids Friendly)

Date: 14-15 Apr 2018 (Sat & Sun)
Time: 2 sessions per day, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm or 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Number of pax: maximum 8 pax per session

Fee: RM200/pax, inclusive all materials & tools needed
Early Bird: RM170/pax (sign up before 31 Mac 2018, 11:59pm)

Collaborating with young artist Karen Lai Garling from Hong Kong, Mari House will be hosting Cyanotype Workshop during our April's Market & Picnic event.

What is Cyanotype?
Cyanotype is an old photographic printing process since 1842.
It is not an indigo dye, but a fun process, which requires sunlight.
Karen will teach participants how to make Cyanotype print on paper step by step and explain the history of Cyanotype.
Each participant can make at least 4 pieces of artwork/postcard for themselves or as a gift for their loved ones.

About Karen Lai
Karen graduated from Chelsea College of Art in London with a textile design degree. She specializes in weaving, which is an old traditional form of textile production, which interlaces two distinct sets of yarn to form a fabric. She always believes in herself as more than just a weaver. She loves detail, texture and a spoonful of emotion. Follow her as she takes you on an artistic journey through South East Asia's rich and diverse artistic heritage.

Limited seats available, register before too late!

Karen with participants & their masterpiece

It is kids friendly too

Come join us to create you very own artpiece
Apr 14 - Apr 15, 2018
[ Sat ] - [ Sun ]
10:30 AM - 4:00 PM MYT
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Early Bird SOLD OUT RM170.00
Normal SOLD OUT RM200.00
Venue Address
Lot 20, Jalan Templer Heights, 3/2, Persiaran Bukit Takun 1, Templer Park, Rawang Malaysia
Mari House @ Templer Park