Cyanotype, Art of the Sun (Photography Workshop) (24 June, 3pm)
Spend a holiday afternoon learning how to make your own Cyanotype prints using Peranakan motifs and designs.
Learn about one of the oldest forms of printmaking, invented more than 150 years ago, and first used by biologists to document their botanical discoveries. See how a combination of science, nature, and art can produce some of the most beautiful and sublime images.
This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience. As spaces are limited, registration is required.
Registered participants should arrive 10 minutes before the start of the session at the Peranakan Museum lobby.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Do I need to bring anything to this workshop?
All materials and equipment will be provided for the workshop.
2. Who is the instructor for this workshop?
Converted from a shipping container, the House of Photography (HOP) is a mobile darkroom which started in 2012. HOP shares the knowledge of photography through hands-on activities and workshop, specially crafted for participants of all ages. Be it a photography hobbyist or complete amateur, HOP provides a refreshing experience for everyone.
3. Why do we have to put down a refundable deposit of $10?
As the workshop spaces are highly limited, this is to ensure that the instructor and facilitators' times are fully utilised. The deposit will be refunded 24 hours after the event (standard Credit Card refund windows apply). In the event of no-show, the deposit will be forfeited.
4. I have more questions!
We'd be happy to answer them for you! Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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