Intro to Black & White Film with Hernease Davis, October 15 - December 3, 2018


Intro to Black & White Film with Hernease Davis, October 15 - December 3, 2018

from 637.50

October 15 - December 3, 2018
Monday Evenings
6:30 - 9:30 PM



This 8 week beginners course, students will practice camera function, exposure, and black-and-white film development and darkroom printing.  We will focus on photography's role in issues of the arts, cultural representation, and media. 

Students will learn how to develop and print from 35mm and 120 film. By the end of the 8 weeks, students will have a final portfolio of prints. 

We provide a starter pack of film and paper, any supplemental materials will need to be purchased by the attendee. All chemistry is provided.


HERNEASE DAVIS earned her M.F.A from the International Center of Photography – Bard College. Her current body of work uses photograms, cyanotypes, performance and craft to emphasize self-care through the artistic process. The solo exhibition of her current series, A Womb of My Own (Mistakes Were Made in Development) opened at the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY in May, 2018. Her work was selected for Photography Now 2016 at the Center of Photography at Woodstock and was included in The Surface of Things at the Houston Center of Photography, an exhibition featuring photographers working with camera-less techniques. She has also exhibited with the ICP, Foley Gallery, Rush Arts, and the Camera Club of Los Angeles. Hernease currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.


Image © Hernease Davis