An artist with an interest in historical and alternative photographic processes is set to hold two workshops.
William Arnold will teach participants how to use the historic cyanotype photographic process to make prints of botanical specimens collected from the Helston area. Prints made at the sessions will contribute towards a Helston Herbarium – a collection of botanical prints based on the urban weeds found growing on a single day.
No experience is required and absolute beginners are welcome. The workshops are free and materials are provided with donations towards the cost of materials welcomed. Under-12s must be accompanied by an adult, and there is a minimum age of eight years.
The sessions take place at CAST Café at 3 Penrose Road in Helston on June 3.
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