Start date: 26 October 19
Course length: 0 day course
Time: 10:00 to 16:00
Photography as we know it began with photograms ('photogenic drawings' in Fox Talbot's words). This course offers the chance to experiment creatively to bring out the potential of this simple but effective form of camera-free image making. During the workshop will make photograms using a variety of methods and materials. No previous darkroom experience is necessary, though having done an introductory course will help. A photogram is a photographic image that is made without a camera. Objects are placed directly onto the surface of a light-sensitive photographic paper and then exposed to light in a darkroom. The paper is then developed by using light-sensitive chemicals in the darkroom. The result is a negative shadow image that shows variations in tone; the range of tones depending upon the transparency of the objects used. There is a wealth of creative opportunity in this wonderful traditional form.
You will need to bring some objects to use and will be advised on this by the tutor prior to the workshop. Interesting shapes, translucent materials and objects from nature that will fit on 10x8 paper.
Fees & Further Information
Please be aware that your booking starts when you first need access to the room to when you leave. This means that it includes any setting up or clearing up time you may need.
A 30% non-returnable deposit is required for all bookings.
During our term times we cannot accept room bookings that might conflict with any of the courses we offer.
Evening bookings outside of our term times are subject to the availablity of our evening staff.
There is a set up fee of £10.00 per hour for all bookings in the cafe, hall and bar. If your booking takes place outside of our usual opening hours there will be an £8.00 service charge. For single room hire bookings full payment is required at least one week before the date of the booking. For block bookings full payment is required within 30 days of the last date of the room hire.
We reserve the right to refuse any room booking requests.