This fun four day course draws inspiration from the Franciszka & Stefan Themerson exhibition, in particular their photographic works and experimental ‘moving photograms'. We will explore the magic of light sensitive processes such as cyanotypes, photograms and pinhole photography to produce beautiful and peculiar images. These analogue methods will also be combined with digital tools in imaginative and playful ways. There will be an exhibition on the last day for parents and carers to attend.
Betsy Dadd uses drawing and printing techniques to produce moving image and devises ways to present them as projected installations. Since graduating from Royal College of Art in 2013, she has exhibited at Marsden Woo Gallery and screened works at various international film festivals. Betsy has also collaborated with choreographers and set designers to make projections for the stage, such as Sum of Parts at Sadler's Wells Theatre. Read more here.
Concessionary fees are available to attendees who are in receipt of housing and council tax benefits, income support, job seekers allowance or a state pension; full time students with NUS cards or those who are registered disabled.
Please bring evidence of your concessionary status and show it to the Bookshop staff on the first day of your course.
Please note that bookings are non-transferable and non-refundable unless the course is cancelled by the Centre.