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Photography Fun For Kids: Cyanotype Workshop

Photography Fun For Kids: Cyanotype Workshop

Date:
Friday, July 30, 2021, 10:00am - 11:30am
Location:
1431 Waverley Street Palo Alto, CA 94301
This event was originally scheduled for July 2, 2021 and is now scheduled for July 30, 2021.
In this fun and engaging workshop on cyanotype for kids, students will learn about the history of the cyanotype photographic process whilst also creating their own striking blue cyanotype prints of plants to bring home. We will be looking at both historic and contemporary artists, from 19th century botanist and photographer Anna Atkins to Swiss composer Christian Marclay, who have used the process of cyanotype in their own bodies of work. As students create their own prints, they will learn more about the plants they are using—plants picked from Gamble’s very own garden. No photography experience needed. We’d love to see all artists and garden enthusiasts for this workshop!
This workshop will be held at the Gamble Tea House. Suitable for ages 7-11.

Cost

$10 Member (use code IRIS) / $15 Non-member

Registration

Morning and Afternoon Sessions are available. Morning Session is 10:00 am – 11:30 pm, and Afternoon Session is 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm. Please choose Morning or Afternoon Sessions when registering.

Instructor Bio

Maggie Chamberlain is a current sophomore at Princeton University from Palo
Alto, California. Maggie is an art history major and visual arts minor. Maggie’s background is in photography, drawing, painting, and mixed media. She has 

notably trained at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Florence University of Art, and the Florence Academy of Art before beginning her art studies at Princeton. Maggie has a special passion for floral photography and loves all things-flowers and gardens. Having always cherished her memories of coming to Gamble with her mother as a kid, Maggie is thrilled to be spending the summer working with Gamble and leading this workshop.


Umbher Kooner is a senior at Santa Clara University from Palo Alto, California. Umbher is a double major in Communications and Studio Art with a minor in Retail Studies. Umbher’s main focus is photography (concentrating on street and landscape photography) and also has experience with 3D design, graphic design, painting and drawing. Her passion for photography began in high school and she has continued to pursue this interest throughout her college career. Growing up in Palo Alto, she has been visiting Gamble Garden for many years and is excited to lead this workshop.