Taking inspiration from plant hunters, botanists and early photographic pioneers, the workshop will involve participants creating their own photogram artworks. This is a camera-less process that involves capturing the shadow of their composition on photographic paper. You can bring along small objects and photographic negatives that can be combined with gathered plants and flowers, to […]

Photogram Workshop with Brian Cregan at Butler Gallery, Kilkenny

Studio share available in Glendarragh Studios in Newtown Mount Kennedy Co. Wicklow to share with a potter. Nice space in purpose-built studios, double glazing, central heating, sink. Quiet rural location, only 2 mins from N11 Shared print area, kiln room, kitchen €167.50 Phone Fiona 087 4133710 Email: glendarraghstudio@gmail.com homepage.eircom.net/~glendarraghartists

Studio Share Available in Co. Wicklow

Application deadline: Friday 5 October, 5pm (JST). The Japan Media Arts Festival Executive Committee is now accepting entries for the 22nd Japan Media Arts Festival. All artists around the world, without distinction as to professional, amateur, independent, or commercial, are invited to submit their works to the four divisions Art, Entertainment, Animation, and Manga. Eligible […]

Open Call | 22nd Japan Media Arts Festival

Essential skills for anyone going into model-making and puppet building as well as other disciplines such as ceramics or candle making and anything that requires multiples of the same thing. Mold-making is an art form in itself and can get complicated very quickly depending on the size and shape of your sculpt as well as […]

1 Day 2-Part Mold-Making Workshop

Wet Plate Collodion is a 19th century photography process of creating images on glass or metal plates. This one day, intensive workshop will let you relive the excitement experienced by the pioneers of photography. Each participant will shoot and process their own unique ambrotypes, from start to finish. What you will need – Mid level […]

Wet Plate Collodion Workshop at Belfast Exposed