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Cyanotype Nature Printing Workshop

Saturday 21st September 10am - 4pm $180

  • Starts 21 Sept
  • 180 Australian dollars
  • Jervis Bay Maritime Museum, Dent Street, Huskisson NSW 2540

Available spots


Service Description

Join us on this workshop and learn about the magic of cyanotype. Cyanotype printing is a wonderful medium to work with, creating amazing results when exposed to UV light. We will also be experimenting with other concoctions which you may find in your home, to produce some warmer toned designs. Using natural flora, grasses, barks, seaweed, sticks, seeds and other organic matter, we will print in layers, placing each piece in the sun to activate the cyanotype dye. Watch your artwork alter instantly, creating negative images of your design. Organic matter can be collected from the surrounds of the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum or bring your own from home if you wish. We will also have a variety of previously collected materials available to use. Next, we will take you through a number of processes to continue to add layers to your artwork, experimenting with a variety of different media to enhance your designs. At the end of the workshop, you will have at least five artworks on 300gsm watercolour paper and one A3 framed piece featuring your favourite design. All materials and morning tea are included but please bring your lunch.


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

If, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Art Hub cancels a class or workshop, you will be notified asap. If the cancellation relates to a workshop, an alternative new date may be offered to the same value of the workshop being cancelled. If we cannot accommodate a suitable date, a full refund will be issued. If you are unable to attend a class you have booked, if possible please let us know either 2 days before the scheduled date or the day before to allow us to adjust staff numbers.


Contact Details

02 7251 3387

thearthub45@gmail.com

Shop 2 entry via Kinghorne Street 45-53 Kinghorne Street, Nowra NSW, Australia


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