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March 24, 2018@10:00 am - 1:00 pm$65
In this easy and fun workshop, kids will learn about analog photography and old-fashioned light-sensitive paper. They’ll use their imaginations to create images and patterns on silver-gelatin and cyanotype coated papers, then expose them using darkroom enlargers, black lights, and the sun. Equal parts creativity and science for a generation that grew up in a digital world, it’s sure to surprise and awe when their picture “magically” appears in a tray of developer.
with Julia Raite
Saturday, March 24
10:00AM – 1:00PM
$45 + $10 materials
Members receive class discounts! Check out our membership program here.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Julia Raite hails from the Wild West, having spent her childhood growing up in the remote Rockies of Idaho and deserts of Arizona. She earned her degree in Professional Photography from Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, then moved up to Seattle where she worked and taught for Photographic Center Northwest. She specializes in analog and alternative process photography, the subject matter inspired by a life full of travel and transition.
Register by filling out the form below or calling the office at (207) 338-2222. Enroll early to ensure a spot! Partial scholarships are available. Find out more about our scholarship program here.
NOTE: You will receive confirmation when you have successfully submitted the registration form. Your registration is not complete until payment has been received. Please try to register no later than one week prior to the first meeting of the class. All classes have minimum and maximum enrollment thresholds, so early registration will improve the chances of a class running and of your slot in it! Minimum enrollment for this class must be met by March 16 in order for it to run.