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

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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



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