Thu 11 Aug 2022 - Fri 12 Aug 2022
09:00 - 15:00
£60.00 - £60.00
Recommended for people from 7 to 11 years old
Jump into two days of exploring cameraless photography in our darkroom!
When we think of photographs, we think of portraits of family members, friends, and maybe landscapes but in this exciting two-day course, we’ll look at how limitless photography can really be.
We’ll be using the theme lost and found to discover and repurpose found objects and plant life from our Urban Orchard, seeing how the light passes through them. With this theme in mind, we’ll have two days of experimenting under the red light in the darkroom – collaging and making new discoveries, seeing how far we can push the boundaries of cameraless photography.
At the end of the course, we’ll pin our cameraless photographs up in the learning space, creating our own pop-up exhibition!
Tutor: Emily Ryalls
Emily Ryalls is an artist working predominantly with analogue photographic techniques. Her work is concerned with the act of visual storytelling and she has exhibited across the UK and Europe. Emily works within her role as The Art House’s Darkroom Coordinator as well as being a practicing artist and working on other socially engaged projects.
Who is the Workshop for?
This workshop is for children aged 7 – 11 years old. Due to capacity in the Darkroom parents will not attend with their children during the course.
Do I Need to Bring Anything?
Children will need to wear old clothes or an old t-shirt as working with chemistry can be messy! Please bring your own lunch, snack, and drinks.