Black & White Intermediate Printmaking (Previous class or darkroom experience required

 

Take your B&W printmaking to the next level! Participants learn how to use fiber-based enlarging papers & archival processing for creating photographs that last for generations. The techniques for enhancing print quality through contrast, tone, and paper choice are explained through discussion sessions and hands-on practice with the instructor & assistant.

Friday evening session begins the orientation to papers, how to choose enlarging papers to fit the mood of the image & the darkroom/archival procedures and processes. Approximate length: 2-3 hours, Suggested time: 6:00-9:00 p.m.

The Saturday session is filled with hands-on practice with individual help, individual and group discussions, handouts, data sheets, and a lunch break. Session usually starts about 9:00 a.m., and ends up about 4:00-4:30 p.m.

This is not a beginner's class or workshop. Participants must bring their own B&W negatives to make enlarged prints, and have had previous class or experience with darkroom printing. All other materials are furnished, including up to 10 sheets of a variety of fiber-based enlarging papers. Sessions are held at our Mamie Street location, or at a suitable location for out-of-town workshops.

If you are a part of a group that wants to host a workshop for your area, please contact us concerning the requirements for location & equipment. A darkroom/lab with 2-3 enlarger stations is absolutely necessary for this class. Class is limited to 5 people per session.

Workshop Fee: $190 per person at the Hattiesburg, MS location, Deposit: $50.

Workshop fee on location: $215 per person, Deposit: $75 (includes non-refundable registration fee), and travel expenses for the instructor(s).

All fees must be paid in full at least two weeks in advance for on location workshops.

 

Contact us for more informations, to request dates, or to schedule a workshop for your group!

 

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