Venue: Tate Liverpool
Course: Online Solar Landscapes Cyanotype printmaking Course
Date: Saturday 10 April – 15 May (10:30-13:00)
Venue: Online Via Zoom
Cost: £95, Concession £85
This six-week online course to accompany Tate Liverpool’s Don McCullin Exhibition, will explore the magical qualities and alchemy of cyanotype printmaking. Often cited as the earliest form of photography, cyanotype printmaking needs little equipment and no darkroom to develop imagery, just imagination, a little patience and the power of the sun. The course will use McCullin’s powerful poetic photographic landscapes as a springboard to develop imagery from, encouraging you to reflect on the landscapes around you that both map your life and inspire you.
Over six-weeks course sessions will feature live demonstrations and group interactions with artist and printmaker Colette Whittington, alongside pre-recorded talks in the gallery and out on location. There will be opportunities to share your imagery live in watch parties and show and tell sessions, sharing great ideas and solving problems together in an online forum.
A basic materials pack for the course will be posted out in advance and all the techniques discussed will be easy to recreate at home.
For more information or to book a place, ring the Box Office on 0151 702 7400 or follow the link: