Saturday, April 16th
Join local artist & photographer Brandon Forrest Frederick and learn the historical photographic process of Cyanotype. This process dates back to the early to mid 1800s, and was originally used to study plants. Since then it has been used by generations of artists in a myriad of ways. Using soil, fresh spring & dried flowers and other natural debris, students will create land impressions on paper.
Each participant will have everything they need to create and develop two Cyanotype images and will leave the class with confidence in the photographic process. Students will learn the chemistry and coating process as well as how to expose and stabilize your Cyanotype images.
All class participants receive 15% off of any purchase made at Hillfolk on the day of the workshop.
Bio: Brandon Forrest Frederick is an artist, curator, and arts organizer from Kansas City, Missouri. He received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2011. His work has been shown locally, nationally and internationally, most recently at UMass Dartmouth in New Bedford, Massachusetts and the CICA Museum in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.
In the past, he has been a founding member of projects such as The Roost Gallery, Archive Collective, and Open House. He has been awarded grants from ArtsKC, the Andy Warhol Foundation, and Meow Wolf, and has had studio residencies at the Charlotte Street Foundation and The Drugstore.
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