Workshop: Art of Cameraless Photography

Event

October 7, 2017 at 10:00am

Art of Cameraless Photography

This introductory workshop is geared toward teaching you how to use the basic functions of a color darkroom to produce cameraless images. The workshop begins with a 30 minute lecture on the history of cameraless photography and basic color principles for darkrooms. Following the introduction will be hands-on instruction & studio experience in making cameraless images. This workshop is essential for beginning color photographers since it teaches the unique history of cameraless photography through experimentation with color printing techniques and easy, step-by-step instructions.

Pre-Reqs: None

Bring: (a) 5 hand-sized, transparent or oblique objects with unique shapes or design (I. E. toys, textiles, etc) . (b) Brown bag lunch. Coffee and light snacks will be provided.

Date: Saturday October 7, 2017

Time: 10am-4pm

Location: Full Circle Fine Art Services

Instructor: Kei Ito is a photo-based installation artist who has a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology and a MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. His artwork focuses on experimental cameraless photography that ties into his Japanese family history and heritage.

His work has been recognized and collected by many institutions including Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and Norton Museum of Art in Florida. His work can be seen at kei-ito.com.

Cost: $180 / $155 for currently enrolled students (Includes a $20 materials fee).

Please call 410-528-1868 to reserve your seat. Space is limited.