Intro to Cyanotype *In-Person* *NEW*

In this one session intensive workshop, we will learn about the process of making cyanotypes. Sometimes referred to as sun prints or blueprints, cyanotype is a 19th century photographic printing process that uses UV light to create a cyan blue print. Students will learn about the history of the process, as well as learn to coat paper and expose prints. We will use both the sun and indoor sources of UV light. Students are encouraged to bring photo negatives, flat objects, or different shaped 3D objects. No previous experience required. A $30 materials fee per student is included in the tuition. Instructor: Gabija Vaisvilaite



Start Date

September 7, 2024









Saturday, 10am-2:00pm Sept. 7

This class will meet in-person at CCAE. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines prior to enrolling.

A $30 materials fee is included in the registration cost.

Instructors: Gabija Vaisvilaite


Gabija Vaisvilaite

Gabija Vaisvilaite is a Boston based artist working with alternative and experimental photography. She received her BFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. For the past couple years, she has been exploring cyanotyping techniques that push the medium's boundaries. Ranging from hand cut stencils to found materials, Gabija continues to find new ways to print using this 19th century photo process.