A cyanotype printing workshop for Singapore HeritageFest 2021

Duration
1.5h over 1 session

Course Description
Join us for a virtual workshop exploring the ways in which humans and nature are interconnected, through the art of cyanotype printing!

Participants will be introduced to the Human x Nature: Environmental Histories of Singapore exhibition currently on at the National Library which features among other things, natural history books, botanical prints, plantation photographs, maps as well as herbarium and natural history specimens.

Following this digital sneak peek at the exhibition, participants will be introduced to the art of cyanotype printing by a local artist who will guide them in producing a cyanotype print using natural materials such as leaves, twigs and flowers. Each participant will be provided materials for this online session.

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Workshop Fee
$30

Instructor
Shirly Koh (View Profile)

Dates
Sat 29 May, 10am to 11.30am

Pre-requisites: None

Requirements:
All materials will be provided for this workshop. As the workshop entails working with natural materials and found objects (like dry leaves, petals, etc.) and dyes, participants may like to dress accordingly.

Please note this workshop will take place entirely online, in English, and will be delivered via Zoom. Participants will require:

  • Proficiency in written and spoken English
  • Stable internet access
  • A device with audio and video capabilities (it is recommended to access the workshop from a laptop / desktop / tablet rather than a smartphone in order to view the course content, including images, more clearly)
  • Zoom