n 1842, the astronomer Sir John Herschel discovered the cyanotype process, a photographic blueprint which was utilized extensively for its ability to quickly reproduce drawings and notes using the sun's rays. In this class led by former Darkroom resident Kate Ovaska, we will experiment with materials as surfaces for cyanotypes including: textured paper, unglazed ceramic tiles, wood, and fabric. By the end of the class, you will understand the chemistry behind a cyanotype print as well as how to prepare, expose, and develop them.
Venue: Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer St Map
Teen Tech Time in Teen Space at Clarendon Branch Library
Tue | 3PM – 5PM
Join us for Teen Tech Time in Teen Space! We'll have the PS3 out and ready, just bring yourselves! ...
The Black Keys at Barclay Center
Tue | 7PM
The Black Keys are bringing their "Let's Rock" Tour to Brooklyn on October 15 with special guests Modest Mouse and Jessy Wilson.* ...
Talking to Children About Incarceration at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe & Bar
Tue | 7PM - 8:30 pm
"This book is a crucial tool for parents, educators, and anyone who cares about the well-being of children who, through no fault of their own, are forced to bear the consequences of our country's obse...