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Aly de Groot - Collecting and Connecting with Cyanotype, Basketry and Slow Stitching

Cyanotype (sun printing) is an alternative photographic process invented in the early 1800s.

This fun and simple technique involves placing objects on paper or fabric coated with light-sensitive chemistry and then left briefly in the sun where you see the imagery appear before your eyes.

Learn cyanotype processes and produce a series of sample sun-prints on various papers and fabrics, using gathered items collected on site and recycled hand-woven objects made in the class. Slow stitching will be used to connect the samples together into a beautiful hand-made book.

Suitable for beginners or those wishing to expand their existing skill base.

All experience levels welcome

Student Requirement List

Class Fee $600


Residential Shared $700
(All meals included)
Residential Single $800
(All meals included)
Non- residential $280
(Includes all lunches, daily “facilities’ charge, access to all talks, extra activities plus morning/afternoon tea and dinner on Party Night)

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