with Stephanie Slate
August 21 - 26, 2022
Registration Deadline: July 21, 2022
(does not include food & lodging)
Save up to 25% off tuition with a combination of any 2 of the following discounts:
Early Bird Discount:
An early registration by
MAY 15, 2022
Qualifies for a 10% discount on your workshop tuition.
Back to Back Discount:
Register and attend two classes consecutively and receive one night of your B&B stay FREE! Also receive a 10% discount off the second weeks tuition
Bring a Friend Discount:
15% off available when you both sign up for the same workshop.
Cyanotypes Unleashed: An exploration in printing
techniques using Cyanotype
Many of us are familiar with the iconic blueprint- the Cyanotype. This process is popular because of its versatility, low cost, and ease of creating prints at home. However, Cyanotypes do not have to be a typical blueprint on a sheet of paper. You can achieve many different visual results, including different colors and textures, with this process!
This class will begin by learning the fundamentals of Cyanotypes. From there we will learn different toning and bleaching techniques, which will allow our cyanotype to include a variety of textures, colors, and special effects. We will also experiment with different printing surfaces such as paper, wood, bone, and cloth.
The class will then have two options of a direction to proceed:
A) Using learned techniques to print on vintage fabrics (provided by the workshop) to piece together and make our quilts.
B) Or, if sewing is not your thing, you will continue to learn and push the boundaries on using different techniques, printing surfaces, and scale (think big!)
By the end of this course, students will leave knowing the traditional cyanotype process as well as many tools on how to push the process to achieve an aesthetic they desire.
They will also have an understanding of how to make a set-up at home if they wish to continue with the cyanotype process.
Stephanie Slate is an artist, printer, papermaker, and educator living just outside of Philadelphia. She received her BFA in Photography from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, and her MFA in Studio Art from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. She currently works administratively for the Weitzman School of Design and teaches Fine Art Photography at the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Summer Prep program.
Slate is known for working with alternative process photography- cyanotype, wet plate collodion, and platinum printing, often on handmade paper. Her work explores attachment and loss and is often described as ethereal. She has an extreme sensitivity to materials and considers both the physical and conceptual importance of their use. Her work has been exhibited internationally, featured in publications, and is in numerous private and public collections.
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