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In-person classCyanotype-Botanic Blueprint Christmas origami ornaments, cards and gifts making workshop
4(3 reviews)
Get crafty and make your very own christmas cards and ornaments while exploring one of the earliest photographic processes of cyanotype.

Soho

£70 pp

2.5 hour workshop

Beginner

What happens in this class?

In this hands-on workshop you will use cyanotype printing process to make your very own:

Christmas Ornaments that will add a touch of homemade charm to your Christmas Tree

Christmas Cards that will stand out and surprise your nearest with gift from the heart

Using a vintage cyanotype printmaking process, watercolour paper, cyanotype paint and UV light you will be guided by artist and printmaker that will help you in creating your very own botanical designs.

Join me for fun festive event with friends, family or colleagues, dedicated to the art of handmade card making

Create your very own…

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Things to remember

All of the materials will be provided.

Latest Reviews
4(3 reviews)
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Jenny - August 2nd
Small, class had a great time.Magda took her time explained everything, some beautiful dried flowers turned into some beautiful prints
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Michelle - August 1st
This class is was great and Magda was lovely! We experimented on different fabrics and also made a tote.
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Sophie - August 1st
Really interesting workshop, super cool to recreate a 19th century process on bits of fabric! Looking forward to the email which shows us how to create the solution at home so I can create prints on paper, scarves, cushions etc.!
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Age Requirement

12
All students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

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Polish photographer currently based in London utilizing historical photographic technique of wet plate collodion. Her works has been subject of several solo and group exhibition around the world. As an educator, leading alternative and historical photographic techniques workshops. Collaborated with various acclaimed art institutions and galleries, such as British Museum, University of Arts London and more.

The idea of alternative workshops is to bring to the wider public -adults, children, seniors- range of workshops which aim to raise awareness about very beginnings of photography and encourage experimenting with them in most creative way. Whether experienced or not, workshops are tailored…

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Magda Kuca Studio 1 Poland Street, Soho
Soho
49-50 Poland Street, Soho
The Koppel Project Central
W1F 7ND
London
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Jenny - August 2nd
Small, class had a great time.Magda took her time explained everything, some beautiful dried flowers turned into some beautiful prints
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Michelle - August 1st
This class is was great and Magda was lovely! We experimented on different fabrics and also made a tote.
review
Sophie - August 1st
Really interesting workshop, super cool to recreate a 19th century process on bits of fabric! Looking forward to the email which shows us how to create the solution at home so I can create prints on paper, scarves, cushions etc.!