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Join us on Friday, July 29th for a free Photogram Workshop in the Department of Art & Art History!
Organized by AAH staff and with support of a Stanford Campus Engagement Mini-Grant, this is a unique and creative opportunity for staff from across campus to socialize and explore the otherwise inaccessible photography darkrooms.
You will learn how to make Photograms, one of the oldest photographic processes, and use darkroom enlargers to create images. At the end of the 2.5h workshop, everyone will have Photograms to take home! All materials and lunch will be provided. No prior darkroom or art making experience is necessary; this event is open to all experience levels.
Please use this Sign-up Sheet to request a time slot for the workshop by June 10th. The two sign-up times available are 9:30am or 1pm, and they will be filled in the order registration requests are received. Lunch will be provided between 12pm and 1pm for all participants in the McMurtry Atrium. For questions, please reach out to Sommer Wood or Inge Klaps.
(Photo credit: Sarah Peck)
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