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Workshops on historic photographic processes

From: Roger Watson <rwatson>
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2000
The George Eastman House
Historic Process Workshops

By popular demand we have added two workshops for this fall.
Enrollment begins immediately.

Daguerreian Workshop
September 30, 2000

    Observe daguerreian artist Mike Robinson demonstrate the process
    and then try your hand at making a daguerreotype.  Complete
    workbook, history lecture, and a daguerreotype self-portrait.
    Limited to 8 students

Wet-Collodion Workshop
October 14, 2000
    Work with internationally recognized experts Mark Osterman and
    France Scully Osterman on this, the most used process of the
    19th century.  Complete workbook, history lecture, and an
    ambrotype self-portrait.
    Limited to 8 students

We will also offer an Albumen Printing Workshop in spring 2001.
Contact us for more information.

19th Century Photography Workshop
June 17 through 22, 2001
    Learn all the major 19th-century processes used in America in
    this one week intensive covering history and preservation topics
    in-depth.  Includes all processes above and access to original
    vintage examples from he photo archive of GEH.  Ideal for
    conservators, archivists, educators, and preservation
    Limited to 8 students
    Registration for this workshop begins on January 15, 2001.

For more information contact Laura Brown at education [at] geh__org

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