Blue_Print for adults/children 13+ £5
Using the sun to expose prints. Kit will introduce you to printing cyanotypes in the sun using natural materials, without a camera. Don't worry it will still work if it's cloudy! It will just take a wee bit longer.
In this more advanced workshop, we will coat paper with uv light-sensitive chemicals and then use this prepared paper to print on.
Sunprints or Cyanotypes are an old photographic technique dating from 1842 that produces a prussian blue and white print and involves placing objects onto photo-sensitive paper, which will be provided.
We will use feathers, leaves and bits of fishing net and perhaps even seaweed to make our prints.
Contact Suzanne at the fisheries Museum to book a place: firstname.lastname@example.org