Summer 2022 Workshops
Introduction to Cyanotype
WWednesday 24th August, 10am–12.30 pm, with
£50 per person (includes all materials)
**** Limited Places Available ****
A Cyanotype is an alternative photographic process in which light-sensitive chemicals are applied to paper, wood, or fabric, and an image is created during exposure to UV light, such as the sun. A great opportunity to learn the basic skills needed to explore this fascinating photographic technique.
We are delighted to be able to offer a selection of workshops again this summer. All are carefully designed to inform and inspire, with a maximum of eight participants (aged 15 and over). They will run from 10am to 3.30pm with a break for lunch. The cost is £65 per person, including drinks and snacks, and booking is essential.
Saturday 10th September: arable weeds
Simon Harrap will guide you through the challenge of identifying wildflowers as we explore the exciting world of arable weeds. We’ll cover basic plant anatomy, using a hand-lens (a window on a world of miniature beauty) and look at what field guides are available. The emphasis is making identification as non-technical as possible, while still getting it right, making these workshops especially suitable for beginners and ‘improvers’.