26 Feb TEEN Photography Workshop: Experiments in the Darkroom | July
TEEN Photography Workshop: Experiments in the Darkroom
Date | Monday-Friday July 6-10, 2020
Time | Monday-Thursday 9am – 2pm & Friday 9am-12pm
Instructor | Frank Varney
Location | Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design (RMCAD), 1600 Pierce St., Lakewood, CO 80214
Cost | Non-Members $275 Members $250 + $30 materials fee for all students
Skill level | All Levels
This workshop is about play, and creativity. We will develop vision with our cameras using analog film and experiment with traditional black and white prints in the darkroom. Among the techniques we will apply are making images without cameras, the use of plastic cameras, double exposures, solarization, and distressing film. Inspirational examples of many types of film and print techniques will be shown and students will have adequate time to photograph and print in the darkroom. Parents are invited to see the work at the end of the workshop.
Please note: this workshop is for all levels, no prior darkroom experience is needed to take this class.
**In response to COVID-19 we have reduced class sizes to 8 students in order to maintain safe distance practices. This class might be relocated to CPAC and restructured if RMCAD does not re-open campus by this time. We are hoping to hold the workshop in person, but if needed we may transition online or cancel it as it gets closer to the event. Please visit our response page for more information.
Required supplies for this program:
- Paper Notebook and pen or pencil
- a SLR film camera CPAC may have one to loan if needed
Materials Provided with fee:
- 8×10 paper
- 5 rolls of B&W film
- Chemicals to process film & paper