Saturday, October 14 - 9:00AM to 12:00PM
Bradley Univ., Heuser Art Ctr, printmaking studio
Gum printing is one of the few alternative processes that allows the photographer to choose the color(s) of the final print. Each participant will receive information about digital color separations, coating, exposure, registration, mixing working strength pigment and dichromate solutions, shrinking and sizing paper, and processing. Each participant will make their own three color print. No prior experience with this type of printing is necessary, so join us for experimentation with this interpretive, intuitive, and infinitely creative photographic printing process. A request for the digital file you intend to use will be sent to registered participants before the workshop starts.
Limited to 8 participants. Workshops are first come, first served. Pending on available slots, you will be given the option to register for this workshop upon registering for the conference.
Handcrafted photography supplies generously provided by Bostick and Sullivan.