Grow your own photographs! A workshop with Nettie Edwards
Grow your own photographs!
A workshop with Nettie Edwards
Saturday 1 April 2023
Blackwell Hall, Weston Library
Free, booking required: spaces limited
This workshop is now fully booked.
About this workshop
An anthotype is a photograph made of ground up plant matter. Beetroot, raspberries, leaves, and flower petals (and more) are all photosensitive.
Join artist Nettie Edwards for a step-by-step introduction to printing photographs from plants. Participants will learn about the deep history of the anthotype process and create their own original artwork. All materials will be provided.
Nettie Edwards is an award-winning artist and photographic experimenter. Her practice combines contemporary digital imaging technology, historical photographic processes, and archival research. Since 2014, she has worked almost exclusively with sustainable processes.
This workshop is held in person only at the Weston Library.
Blackwell Hall, Weston Library, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BG
The Weston Library is wheelchair accessible.
When you have booked your place, the ticketing system will send you an automated confirmation.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of Sir Brian and Lady Pomeroy towards our photography season activities.
The Bodleian Libraries Learning Programme is generously supported by The Helen Hamlyn Trust: