Guided by Brenton Hamilton, transform how you think about printmaking as you experiment with 19th century photographic processes!
Jul 8, 2024 - Jul 12, 2024
Workshop Fee: $1795
Workshop Duration: 1-week (Monday-Friday)
Workshop Location: On-campus
Class Size: 8
This is a weeklong investigation and introduction to the 19th C. historic process. You will learn about and practice: The Cyanotype, Salted paper, Albumen, Gum Bichromate, and POP process. It’s a hands-on learning week to make prints from fine digital negatives. The negatives will be made in-house for you from your digital files in our lab. Topics will include chemistry, paper treatments and preparation, toners, and working on understanding exposure.
This workshop is geared toward creative people of all disciplines who want to expand on their expressive possibilities in photographic printmaking.
Many materials will be provided to allow you to make work during your stay and a short materials list will be provided for you to bring to Maine.
Past student work
Clockwise: Kerry Michaels (x2), Robyn Mackay, Pat Bock, Sasha Laurita, Isabelle deBlois, Jeannine Mullan, Rick Allred
Instructor: Brenton Hamilton
Brenton holds his MFA in photography from the Savannah College of Art & Design. His teaching specialties include, B&W Craft, Historic Processes, and the History of Photography. Brenton is an enthusiastic workshop leader exhibiting special care and interest in the teaching process and experience for his students.