Events in June

Exhibition: Cyanotype and knitting, France, until 3 July

This work, entirely done manually (CYANOTYPIES AND EMBROIDERY) in a world where digital technology is omnipresent. The rendering of this convergence of the 2 artists are unique pieces, non-reproducible and resulting from a reflection on the roots of people and of ourselves. We leave, or must leave, our childhood roots to take root again in the course of our lives. … Read more

Exhibition: Summer Solstice Event, Flip the Switch: IlLUMENating the Power of Nature – Sunlit Installation, 6/21/2022, New Orleans, USA

Details of event: A one day outdoor sunlit installation of lumen prints on celebrating the Summer Solstice & the power of working with nature. The installation will be up for the full 14 hours of daylight of the longest day of the year from 6am to 8:04pm. Link to event: Contact: Natasha Sanchez, [email protected]

Exhibition: Below the Surface II Exhibition, Art League of Rhode Island Gallery, Pawtucket, RI, 1st – 27th June 2022 and University of Rhode Island Providence Gallery, Providence, RI, 5th – 28th July 2022

Art League Rhode Island is excited to announce their new exhibition, Below the Surface II! The main mission of this exhibition is to demonstrate what we know about the ocean and how we are still making discoveries in its vast landscape. The ocean is a constant in our everyday lives and there are many aspects of it that can be … Read more

Salt and Cyanotype course with Brittonie Fletcher, Online, 05 June – 10 July 2022 Sunday, 2 – 4pm

Salt and Cyanotype course with Brittonie Fletcher, Online, 05 June – 10 July 2022 Sunday, 2 – 4pm Details of event: This course is an introduction to historic photographic printing processes! It will cover cyanotypes, wet cyanotypes, toning, salt printing and combine processes! Link to event: Contact: [email protected]

Eco Darkroom (Online)Course, 05 June – 10 July 2022

Eco Darkroom (Online)Course  with Brittonie Fletcher, Online, 05 June – 10 July 2022 Sunday Mornings, 11am-1pm GMT  Details of event: This very popular course is an introduction to plant-based photographic processes! It will cover anthotypes, chlorophyll printing, lumens, accelerants, chemilumins and make-your-own developers!  Link to event: Contact: [email protected]