Cyanotype with Molly Rapp - November 3, 2018

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Cyanotype with Molly Rapp - November 3, 2018

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November 3, 2018

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

 

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Cyanotypes, a ferro-prussiate process, is a photographic process known for its blue color. It was famously used by a pioneer in photography, Anna Atkins who is often coined the first woman photographer. Attendees will learn the history, chemistry and coating techniques for making their own cyanotypes. They are welcome to bring negatives, botanical specimen or translucent objects.

 

MOLLY RAPP is a Brooklyn based artist primarily working in photography, painting and sculpture. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2014 with a BFA in photography. She currently works at Penumbra Foundation, teaches alternative photographic processes at School of Visual Arts and is the founder of Sad Girl Studio.  mollyrapp.com

 

Image © Anna Atkins courtesy of the Getty Museum