Everything I Ever Learnt - Shutterhub group exhibition
Mar
28
to May 3

Everything I Ever Learnt - Shutterhub group exhibition

Almost 100 photographers have come together to show the world through their eyes in this Shutter Hub and Art at the ARB exhibition at the University of Cambridge.

 

That image reminds me of something. It ignites a small flame that lights my way through the filing system of my mind. It brings me eventually to the hint of a memory, and that memory guides my interpretation of the image, influences my reaction, connects my thoughts and feelings, and threads them together, binding them into a new collection, to be drawn upon the next time something familiar arises.

Everything I have seen, felt, remembered, everything, influences and informs every thought I will ever have.

Everything I Ever Learnt

28 March – 3 May 2019; Private View on Thursday 4 April

Art at the ARB, University of Cambridge, Alison Richard Building,
7 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DT

Opening times: Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm

 

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FRAY
Apr
6
to Jun 30

FRAY

With a background in medical and police photography, Kit Martin takes a forensic look at pollinators and wildflowers using digital and historical photographic processes. Printing on jute fabric and paper, this exhibition looks closely with admiration at some of our essential yet diminishing pollinators.

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 Workshop - Cyanotype & Bookbinding
May
12
10:30 AM10:30

Workshop - Cyanotype & Bookbinding

In this collaborative workshop, Artist Kit Martin and Bookbinder Cass Barron, will introduce the cyanotype process and guide you in creating a range of prints onto paper and fabric, before binding a selection into a number of unique and usable books.

Cyanotype is a cameraless photographic technique that produces a vibrant blue and white image when exposed to uv light. Kit will share her extensive knowledge of cyanotype from the basics of mixing the chemicals and coating the solution, to preparing fabric and paper for printing. There will be examples to give an idea of how things turn out and plenty of materials for you to use to create your prints.

There will also be the opportunity to forage botanical specimins from the wild garden at Granton:hub to use in your prints. It is worth noting that the time it takes to develop the cyanotypes will depend on the strength of the sun, but we will have a UV light box to hand just in case!

Cass will then take you through the process of transforming some of your paper prints into an artistic accordion fold matchbox book. You will also create a hand-bound hardback sketchbook, using your cyanotype fabric to cover the book boards, before adding a leather spine and decorative stitch.

You will leave this workshop with a working understanding of the cyanotype process, two finished books and a selection of prints that can be used on other projects.

All materials will be provided, but you might want to bring some items to make prints with e.g. plants, feathers, lace (flat things that can be squashed under glass). If you would like to bring a negative to use, please contact Kit
beforehand for advice about printing and size (hello@kitmartinphoto.co.uk). An apron is also recommended, to avoid blue stains from the chemicals.

by Bookbinding with Cass / Kit Martin

£73.95

To book a place:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cyanotype-bookbinding-workshop-tickets-56404889543

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Workshop - Cyanotype on fabric and paper
Jun
15
10:30 AM10:30

Workshop - Cyanotype on fabric and paper

To celebrate National Nature Photography Day today join us for an introduction to the cyanotype process. This will be a day of experimentation; once you have learnt the basics of mixing chemicals and coating fabric & paper, you will be able to work at your own pace. The number of prints we will make will depend in part on the strength of the sun! No experience is necessary. All materials provided, but you might want to bring some natural fabrics and/or some items to make prints with e.g. plants, feathers, lace (flat things that can be squashed under glass). An apron is recommended, to avoid blue stains from the chemicals. We will be working outdoors for some of the time. With artist Kit Martin. We provide tea/coffee and cake in our adult workshops. Please bring a packed lunch.

£30

To book…https://www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk/whats-on/cyanotypes-fabrics-and-paper

Lauriston Castle, Edinburgh

Edinburgh Museums and Galleries

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Workshop - Introduction to Pinhole Photography
Jul
18
10:00 AM10:00

Workshop - Introduction to Pinhole Photography

On this back to basics workshop led by Kit Martin, you will construct your own cardboard camera then take photographs with it, in the beautiful rural setting of Dalmore Croft.

We all spend so much time staring at screens and consuming digital images. For this workshop we will be slowing right down, beginning with making our own cameras. We will learn about the basics of pinhole photography followed by the magical chemical process of developing black and white prints in a pop-up darkroom.

No experience is necessary. All materials provided, but if you have a cardboard whisky tube box with lid, bring it! These make good cameras too. We will be working outdoors for some of the time.

You will have some unique photographs to take home at the end of the day.

£55 per adult, £70 per adult and child (12-15 years old). Price includes all materials, lunch and refreshments. This is a full-day course, running between 10:00am and 5:00pm

to book a place:

https://www.dalmore.org.uk/product/pinhole-photography/

hello@dalmore.org.uk

07986 451129 / 07757 437526

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Workshop - Introduction to Pinhole Photography
Aug
18
10:00 AM10:00

Workshop - Introduction to Pinhole Photography

To celebrate World Photography Day (19 August), join us for a special workshop exploring pinhole cameras. Back to basics workshop where you will experiment with pinhole cameras made from whisky tubes and card. We all spend so much time staring at screens and consuming digital images, for this workshop we will be slowing right down. We will learn about the basics of pinhole photography followed by the magical chemical process of developing black and white prints in a darkroom. No experience is necessary. All materials provided, but if you have a cardboard whisky tube box with lid, bring it! We will be working outdoors for some of the time. With artist Kit Martin.

2 sessions: £9 per person

10am - 12.30pm

1.30pm - 4pm

To book:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/special-events-for-families-tickets-56914631194

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Workshop - Cyanotype Fabric Printing
Feb
23
11:00 AM11:00

Workshop - Cyanotype Fabric Printing

Kit Martin will lead this experimental class where you'll learn how to coat fabrics and use the UV exposure unit to transfer images onto them. All materials will be provided but you might want to bring bits of fabric and/or some items to make prints with. 

To book go to https://www.dca.org.uk/whats-on/book/56552?i=362265&spektrix_bounce=true



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Workshop - Fold your own Pinhole Camera
Dec
8
11:00 AM11:00

Workshop - Fold your own Pinhole Camera

This is a back to basics workshop where you will construct your own cardboard camera then take photographs with it. learn the basics of pinhole photography followed by the magical chemical process of developing black-and-white prints in a darkroom. No experience necessary. All materials provided. We will be working inside and outside, so be sure to dress warmly! 

 

To book contact DCA

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Workshop - St Andrews Photography Festival
Oct
26
7:30 PM19:30

Workshop - St Andrews Photography Festival

A FREE workshop for 13-19 year olds.

Spooky Shadow Catching

Flick on a lantern and explore the pickled creatures, specimens and skeletons at the Bell Pettigrew Museum after dark. Then use your phone and its torch to create spooky photos you can share with your friends!

You will need - A mobile phone with camera and torch

To book a place: Contact Museum Collections, Tel. 01334 461660 / Email. museumlearning@st-andrews.ac.uk

 

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Lightwave
Aug
31
to Sep 28

Lightwave

  • Scottish Fisheries Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An exhibition of original cyanotype and argyrotype prints made at the shoreline in and around St Monans. Using the waves to make the prints as well as seaweed and other littoral objects.

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Red Light
May
2
to Jun 29

Red Light

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I have 5 cyanotypes in this exciting exhibition that is part of CONTACT photography Festival:

Highlighting over 300 pieces of traditional darkroom and experimental photography this exhibition shines a light on the richness of techniques and creative opportunities offered by manual photographic development. Photographers from across the globe are assembled in this large-scale salon installation, featuring pinhole, tintype, glass plate, cyanotype, lithography, gum over platinum, photograms, selenium, tri-colour, and gelatine silver.

The root of photography dates back to early antiquity. The word ‘photography’ comes from Greek ‘drawing with light’. In a world saturated with social media and a constant flood of digital images, darkroom photography is experiencing a renaissance. While purists have always believed in the preeminence of analogue photography, renewed mainstream appreciation for images from the pre-digital era signals an exciting new chapter in contemporary photographic practices.

In the words of Ansel Adams, “the negative is the equivalent of the composer’s score and the print the performance.” The mediation of the artists’ hand gives photographs their unique expressive power. The alchemy and magic of the darkroom allows artists the freedom to experiment and transform images into a true artistic masterpiece. While technology can mimic the end result of these processes, it can never fully recreate the energy, artistic depth, and tangible quality of manual photographic development.

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Bones
Mar
17
to Jun 23

Bones

  • Perth Museum and Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

‘Bones’ is an exploration into the composition and complexity of bones and skeletons of creatures. This will be a fascinating interpretation of the articulation of bones, how they provide the structure and supporting frame to the living creatures that they once belonged. Enjoy the creative works from the inspiration they give to artists, sculptors and photographers. This beautiful exhibition is FREE.

I have 17 cyanotypes in this exhibition, all illustrating skeletons of one form or another. Some are from Perth Museum stores and are either zoology specimens or beautiful glass lantern slides (digitised). Others are from Bell Pettigrew Museum, St Andrews University.

 

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Workshop - Introduction to Pinhole Photography
Mar
10
9:30 AM09:30

Workshop - Introduction to Pinhole Photography

I'm delighted to be running a full day workshop at Off The Rails, Ladybank:

This is another of our ‘how to’ workshops. It will allow you to explore first principles of photography and learn how to make stunning images using the simplest of equipment.

We all spend so much time staring at screens and consuming digital images. For this workshop you will be slowing right down, beginning with making your own camera. You will learn about the basics of pinhole photography followed by the magical chemical process of developing black and white prints in a darkroom. It will be a fast-paced but fun day and you will learn a lot in a short time.

No experience is necessary and the workshop is suitable for anyone aged from 13 years on. It will be particularly good for anyone who works with young people as the skills are easily transferred. All materials are provided. We will be working outdoors for some of the time.

Cost £45, including all materials

Contact Off The Rails Arthouse to book

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Workshop - Fold your own pinhole camera
Mar
4
11:00 AM11:00

Workshop - Fold your own pinhole camera

I am very pleased to be running this back to basics workshop at Dundee's DCA.

You will construct your own cardboard camera then take photographs with it. Learn the basics of pinhole photography followed by the magical chemical process of developing black-and-white prints in a darkroom.

No experience necessary.

All materials provided.

We will be working inside and outside, so be sure to dress warmly! 

£30

To Book (through DCA) click here

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Analogue Dreams
Jan
10
to Feb 3

Analogue Dreams

Opening night is Wednesday 10th Jan, 6-8pm

A glorious mix of Wet Plate Collodian, Bromoil, Lith, Mordencage, cyanotype and chemigrams.

For more info go to https/wwwfacebookcom/analogue-dreams-133249833849520

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CRAFTED Christmas Market 2017
Dec
2
12:00 AM00:00

CRAFTED Christmas Market 2017

#DCAcrafted

02 December 2017

12:00-17:00

Free

Levels 4 & 5 of Dundee Contemporary Arts

I am joining in with this event and can't wait! Come and say hello..

"CRAFTED, our Christmas Craft and Design Market is back! Get in the festive spirit and buy directly from over 30 talented independent designers and makers.

We're excited to be bringing together some of the best contemporary makers from across Scotland, all under one roof! With jewellery, textiles, illustration, print, homeware and more, you're sure to find unique gifts for family, friends and maybe even yourself."

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Workshop - Intro to Pinhole Cameras
Sep
17
1:00 PM13:00

Workshop - Intro to Pinhole Cameras

ST ANDREWS PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL EVENT

Back to basics workshop where you will construct your own cardboard camera then take photographs with it!

Learn the basics of pinhole photography followed by the magical chemical process of developing black and white prints in a darkroom.

No experience is necessary. All materials provided. We will be working outdoors for some of the time.

Age 13+

£25, £20 Conc.

BUY TICKETS HERE

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In Focus - Photo Walk for Beginners
Sep
16
2:00 PM14:00

In Focus - Photo Walk for Beginners

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Start: Saturday 16 September 2017 14:00

End: Saturday 16 September 2017 15:30

Do you want improve your photography skills and learn more about your camera?

Join photographer, Kit Martin, on this photowalk and learn the basic principles of photography. As we move around various locations in Anstruther, you’ll learn about framing, composition, and leading lines, to name but a few. You’ll have time to take photographs of your own using the principles you’ve been taught. Bring your cameras and/or smartphones – and outdoor clothing in case it rains!

£5 per person

Booking via Eventbrite

In addition, there will also be the opportunity to win a £25 cash prize as event sponsors, Intona Limited, will select one winning image taken on the day.

This event is suitable for all ages but children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. It is gentle walk around Anstruther, with gentle inclines, but there is the opportunity to take the walk at your own pace. Finally, we’ll go ahead rain or shine, so come prepared with appropriate clothing and footwear!

Scottish Fisheries Museum Event

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Workshop - Seaside Cyanotypes
Sep
14
2:00 PM14:00

Workshop - Seaside Cyanotypes

ST ANDREWS PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL  - FRINGE EVENT

Learn to make Cyanotypes on the beach in this experimental workshop! You’ll be using objects that you find on the beach, and the sea, to make beautiful pictures by laying them on specially coated paper and then exposing them to sunlight.

Kit will take you through the process step by step and you’ll get a lovely Cyanotype photograph to take home with you.

Where: East Sands Beach, St Andrews
Meet at East Sands Leisure Centre

£25 £20/conc

GET TICKETS HERE

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Exhibition with Hetty Haxworth
Sep
1
to Sep 29

Exhibition with Hetty Haxworth

  • Brechin Town House Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

Placed together, Haxworth and Martin's work makes a perfectly balanced contrast. Haxworth's work echoes the grand sweep of the land as it changes across the course of a year, while Martin homes in on the infinitesimal detail of nature in a forensic, yet wonderous, fashion.

The resulting work veers between abstract and figurative. Hauntingly beautiful, it's as though Martin has revived a metaphorical butterfly trapped in the aspic of the past.

Jan Patience, The Herald

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Printroom Dundee with Norman Ackroyd
Aug
5
to Sep 3

Printroom Dundee with Norman Ackroyd

  • Edinburgh Drawing School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

I am showing two cyanotypes of Bell Pettigrew Museum specimens and an experimental cyanotype made on St Monans beach. Also an Argyrotype, for the first time.

PrintRoom Dundee is a new, print-based exhibiting group established in 2016 by a number of individual artists to promote the art of traditional and contemporary printmaking, all of whom create their prints at Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Studio.

Saturday 5 August – Sunday 3 September 2017 inclusive

Tuesday-Sunday 11am-5.30pm.   The gallery will be open every day except Mondays.

Private View: Saturday 5 August 12noon-3pm, wine and meet the artists.

Although very diverse in outlook and approach, the shared aim of participants is the establishment of a unique identity for the promotion and development of their work through exhibitions and collaboration.

Formed in 2016, PrintRoom Dundee has already exhibited at The E.D.S. Gallery during the Edinburgh Festival 2016, participated in “Print Festival Scotland”, as well as attending the Edinburgh Art Fair and showing successfully in Perth and Dundee.

For further information and contact details, go to: www.printroomdundee.scot where examples of participants’ work can be seen and details of future exhibitions can be found.

 

As part of the exhibition, we will be offering free printmaking demonstrations from 1.30-4.00pm on Saturdays 12,19, 26 August and 2 September.

The E.D.S. Gallery,

13A Great King Street,

Edinburgh, EH3 6QW

0131 556 0971, 07791 121 313

info@edinburghdrawingschool.co.uk

www.edinburghdrawingschool.co.uk

www.edsgallery.com

 

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