Leaving an Impression: Cyanotype workshop with Mireille Perron

Leaving an Impression: Cyanotype workshop with Mireille Perron

10 Jun
  • [PAST] June 10th, 2023
  • 10am-12:30pm OR 1:30-4pm
  • 1721 29 Avenue Southwest Calgary
  • Workshop

This hands-on 2 1/2 hour workshop is an introduction to one of the first photographic processes ever developed. The cyanotype process, also known as blueprint or sunprint utilizes photosensitive iron salts and continues to be relevant today to produce fine art prints. This process can be done with paper and fabric. This workshop will focus on cyanotype paper. You will design, expose in the sun, and develop in water your own cyanotypes. An UV lamp will be available if the sun is not showing up that day.

About the Artist: Mireille Perron was born in 1957 in Montréal, Québec. Since 1989 she has been living and working in Moh-kins-tsis/Calgary, Alberta. Perron is the founder of the Laboratory of Feminist Pataphysics (2000 —), a social experiment that masquerades as collaborative works of art/craft and events. Her art work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions in Canada, and more occasionally in Europe and the United States. She taught at the Alberta University of the Arts until 2018 when she received the title of Professor Emerita.

Alberta Craft Gallery - Calgary

  • Suite 280-1721 29th Ave SW Calgary, AB
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