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This afternoon workshop with Kasia Kaminska will introduce the anthotype printing process, a sustainable photography process made with plants, paper and the sun.
Participants will be given a brief introduction to the anthotype process and its history and will be guided step-by-step through the making of a print - from gathering materials mindfully to preparing them for printing. Participants will take their prints home to expose their own handmade anthotype.
All materials will be provided however participants are encouraged to bring their favourite flowers and foliage and, if possible, an old photo frame to make their print.
All levels welcome but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Kasia Kaminska is an Irish artist with Polish roots based in Co. Kilkenny. She holds a first class honours MA in Social Practice from LSAD, TUShannon-Midwest and a BA in Photography from TUDublin. She is a founding member of award-winning photobook collective Read That Image and her photographic projects and publications have been included in exhibitions (TULCA, RDS Student Art Awards) and book fairs (Limerick International Publishers Salon, Dublin Art Book Fair) throughout Ireland. She has been awarded artist residencies at Cow House Studios in Co. Wexford and Grizedale Arts in the UK.
In 2021 Kasia initiated ‘The GILD Project’, a social art project that combines ecological art and gardening practices to foster creativity, collaboration and community between people and plants. With ‘The GILD Project’ Kasia has contributed to the ‘Community Vaults’ programme and exhibition at Axis Ballymun, ‘Seeds of the Future’ at the Kilkenny School of Food and features in ‘How do we start?’, a climate art magazine commissioned by Project Arts Centre and curated by Maeve Stone.
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