Sunday 2 June 2013, 3-5pm
Local Dalston resident and artist/photographer Heather McDonough is returning to the Garden again to lead this workshop where you’ll be able to discover camera-less photographic printing techniques. Produce cyanotype prints and discover how to make wonderful compositions from flowers and grasses found in the Eastern Curve, using this intriguing process. You will also hear about the birth of photography and photographers Fox Talbot and Anna Atkins, who made some of their earliest images using flowers and plants.
Heather has been a professional photographer for twenty years, making work for numerous public commissions and exhibitions in the UK and abroad. She is also a senior lecturer in photography at London Metropolitan University.
There is a £5 charge for this workshop to cover costs. Places are limited so please register at firstname.lastname@example.org