Workshop: Wet-Plate Collodion
EventOctober 27, 2018 at 9:00am
This Wet Plate Photography workshop is for anyone interested in having a hands-on learning experience with one of the oldest and most uniquely beautiful photographic processes. During this course, students will learn the process of coating, exposing, developing and varnishing metal plates in order to walk away with a set of their own, self-produced, one-of-a-kind tintypes. Students will also learn how to operate large format view cameras and strategize exposure for a range of different subject matter.
Prerequisites: Basic understanding of camera exposures
Bring: Props and/or clothes for portraits and still life objects for photographing. Old clothes that can get dirty during coating and processing. Safety glass and respirator are recommended. We will provide gloves. Please bring water, snacks, and a brown bag lunch.
Date: Saturday October 27th, 2018
Location: Full Circle Fine Art Services
33 East 21st Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Instructor: Jay Gould is an artist, a member of the faculty at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and a recent Artist in Residence at the Johns Hopkins University Extreme Materials Institute. His work, which integrates scientific topics into installation and constructed photographic projects, has won numerous national awards, such as the Berenice Abbott Prize for an emerging photographer and the Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Festival. Gould’s work is internationally exhibited, making solo and group appearances at the Fridman Gallery in NYC, the University of Notre Dame, the Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center and the Noorderlicht Festival in Groningen, Netherlands. Gould also teaches workshops at the Maine Media Workshops.
Cost: $250 / $200 for currently enrolled students