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Cyanotypes for the Solstice

Cyanotypes for the Solstice In-Person

Celebrate the summer solstice with Cyanotypes. On the longest day of the year, we will be using the sun to make Cyanotype prints. The Cyanotype process is a simple photographic process that uses the suns UV light to expose its light sensitive material, then developed in water to make a final image. This process can be used to make many types of images and has a rich visual history since its invention in 1842 by Sir John Hershel. Come learn about this process, the solstice, as well as create something on the longest day of the year.

This program will be facilitated by Kylie Newcomer from Flower City Arts Center.

Limited to 10 persons. Please register as no walk-ins for this program are allowed.

June 21st at 10:57 marks the summer solstice in Rochester.

Wednesday, June 21, 2023
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Central - Rundel Arts Room
Central Library
  All Ages  
  Department - Arts & Literature  
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