Workshops for Adults

Queer PHOTO: Cyanotype Photography Workshop with Isabella Capezio

  • Image by Isabella Capezio.
    Image by Isabella Capezio.
Workshops for Adults
Queer PHOTO: Cyanotype Photography Workshop with Isabella Capezio
10 March 2024, 1—4pm

Bookings have reached full capacity for this event
Event Information

Artist and RMIT Lecturer, Isabella Capezio, is your teacher for this hands-on, photography workshop!

Throughout this class, you will:

  • Be introduced to the history of cyanotype photography
  • Learn how to up-cycle clothes to create new artworks
  • Produce cyanotypes in varying camera-less methods using both objects and pre-prepared images
  • Learn about contemporary forms of this medium

What should I bring?

  • An old smock, apron, or clothing you don’t mind getting dirty
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Any light-coloured old clothes you are happy to up-cycleObjects with interesting shapes, transparencies, and edges: leaves, lace, flowersA Laptop with Photoshop*

This event is free but capacity is limited so bookings are essential.

No prior experience is necessary.

*Although limited, there will be some laptops available to borrow if participants are unable to bring their own.

When: 10 March 2024, 1—4pm
Cost: Free

This event is part of Queer PHOTO Exhibition, which is a collaboration comprising large-scale outdoor works, indoor gallery exhibitions, and an interactive public performance program by local and international artists, as part of Midsumma Festival. Check out Queer PHOTO Exhibition for more information.

A Queer PHOTO exhibition program presented by Midsumma and PHOTO Australia Supported by Creative Victoria through the Victorian Government’s Go West Fund.

Date & Times

Sunday 10 March, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Footscray Community Arts



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QueerPHOTO at Footscray Community Arts