Low-Tech Photography: Cyanotype Sun Prints
For grades 7-12. Using cyanotypes, a simple, nontoxic photographic process that uses the sun for exposure and water as developer, participants explore how UV light from the sun can create art. In this program, participants will create a single paper cyanotype print to take home using drawings, paper cut-outs, objects from nature, their bodies, and/or other opaque objects. Collaborator: COMPAS. This program is funded with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Registration required.