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Cameraless Photography

Saturday 13 January 2018

In collaboration with PhotoAccess, this workshop is a great introduction to photography and the physics of light. Canberra based photographer Robert Agostino explains the super easy photographic printing process of cyanotypes - creating beautiful cyan-blue prints using the sun.

Students will gain an insight into the history of photography, as well as a hands-on understanding of sun-printing and the ways it can be used for artistic expression. Using different objects, negatives and found materials, students will make collage style photographs.

Robert Agostino is a Canberra based photographer. He has exhibited broadly across Australia, and his works are represented in private and public collections both nationally and internationally. Robert is also a regular educator of traditional photographic processes, including as the Education Officer at PhotoAccess.

All materials will be supplied, however you may wish to bring a selection of small flat objects. Please bring a hat, water bottle and snack.

Suitable for children aged 8 – 12 years. Places limited.