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Celebrate the 17th anniversary of Echo Park Film Center with members by learning the lovely art of cyanotype printmaking. Use sun and shadow to watch your images bloom before your very eyes! Cyanotype is a monochromatic contact process that produces beautiful blue and white images. We’ll learn how to make our own simple cyanotype solution and apply it to fabric and paper before adding found objects and sunlight to create unique pieces of art. Workshop Facilitators: Dicky Bahto, Chloe Reyes and Penelope Uribe-Abee.
Established in 2001, Echo Park Film Center is a non-profit media arts organization that inspires, educates, activates and empowers using community cinema as a catalyst. Committed to providing underserved communities with equal and affordable access to film/video resources, EPFC operates a neighborhood microcinema space, offers free and nominal-cost education programs, provides access to a comprehensive film/video equipment and resource department, hosts artist residencies and tours locally and internationally with their eco-friendly mobile cinema and film school. More at www.echoparkfilmcenter.org.