A free, open-air workshop where participants will create a collaborative cyanotype and use a mix of alternative photography techniques with artist, Cath Stanley

 

We are thrilled to welcome you along to our first in-person workshop of the year! Led by photographic artist Cath Stanley, you will create a long collaborative cyanotype piece and a series of smaller ones. A selection of mixed papers and cards will be provided which will allow you to make a variety of cyanotypes. You will also make some some small chemigrams and if we get a bit of sun or good light maybe try some lumen prints at the start of the workshop. This will be a morning of alternative photography techniques, to inspire and refresh you. 

 

This 2 hour workshop will be fun and a great chance to mingle with other photographers. It will take place at MUD (Manchester Urban Diggers) in Platt Fields Market Garden, Manchester. Social distancing will be in place and you may be asked to wear a mask. 

 

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Cath Stanley is a photographer and educator based in Manchester, with a keen focus on environment and conservation. She is the founder of Landform a social media platform to support and promote the work of female landscape photographers.

Within her own creative practice, she enjoys experimenting with photographic images, intrigued by the mystery of landscape, its personal significance and the stories her surroundings hold. Led by curiosity, her images explore a holistically creative approach, often supported by narrative.

 

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Where?
MUD in Platt Fields Park, Fallowfield. To find the space, enter Platt Fields from Mabfield Road and it is on your right opposite the BMX track. If using Google maps look for Platt Fields Market Garden. There is car parking on site at Platt Fields Park Car Park, along with bicycle racks. Nearest public transport is by bus from the city centre or Stockport to Wilmslow Road, Fallowfield; get off at the Owen's Park stop. This event will take place in open air; if it's raining it will be under canvas (but not heated).

 

When?
Saturday 9th October from 10am - 12pm. Please register the day before the event on Friday 8th October for free to receive your ticket to the event.

 

Who is it for?
This event is free and open to all, particularly if you will enjoy experimenting with alternative processes and working with others. You will need to make an account with us to register but you don't need to be a Redeye member.

 

What to bring?
This is an open air event so please dress accordingly; bring a waterproof jacket or umbrella. Please also bring a mask. You don't need to bring any equipment or materials - they will all be provided. Bring a notebook if you want to record details of the process. There is a cafe on site but it will not be open until 11am - however feel free to bring a flask.

 

Access?

The space is wheelchair accessible and has accessible toilets as well. 

 

Tickets
Please register below for free by 5pm on Friday 8th October 2021 to receive your ticket to the event. At the time you book the ticket there is the chance to make a donation - all donations help Redeye provide more events and support for photographers.

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