Spring Workshops

Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography
SPRING WORKSHOPS


NEW! DEVELOPING AGENTS: WORKING IN AND WITH PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVES

Gabrielle Moser, May 22, 6PM
Photographic archives are unusual spaces where knowledge is ordered and histories are narrated. While many artists and writers work with archival materials, few of us have any formal training in information sciences or archival research. This workshop aims to develop a glossary of terms for working in the archive, integrating ideas taken from readings, case studies from local archives, and examples from contemporary photographic practice. Participants are encouraged to bring in-progress work and research questions to workshop with the group and as we collectively consider the strategies‚ÄĒboth practical and theoretical‚ÄĒthat we can deploy when engaging with archival materials.
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DARKROOM BASICS: SHOOTING, PROCESSING & PRINTING
Ruth Kaplan, May 11, 10AM
This hands-on workshop is intended for photographers interested in working with a 35mm manual camera, processing their own film and enlarging their negatives.
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NEW! PHOTO-BASED SCREENPRINTING
Co-presented with Open Studio
Jess Palmer, May 11, 11AM
In partnership with Gallery 44, Open Studio is offering a 1 day, photo-based screenprinting workshop. Participants will use photo stencil methods to transfer ink onto paper.
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PIECES OF WATER: CAMERALESS WATER PHOTOGRAMS
Jeremy Lynch, May 15, 6PM
You must be shapeless, formless, like water. When you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle.
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CYANOTYPES: ALTERNATIVE PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESS
Sally Ayre, May 18, 10AM
Learn to create beautiful cyanotype prints with deeper blues and a longer tonal range using the modern cyanotype printing process in this hands-on workshop.
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THE PHOTOBOOK AS ART OBJECT
Jessica Thalmann, May 19, 12PM
This workshop, re-examines the photobook as an object/sculpture while considering its subject matter, style and content.
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INTERMEDIATE BLACK AND WHITE DARKROOM
Ruth Kaplan, May 25, 12PM
The Intermediate Black and White Workshop is designed for those with some basic darkroom experience looking to learn more advanced and archival techniques in the darkroom and further develop their skills.
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NEW! RESULTS FROM THE ACT OF DOING: CREATING EXPERIMENTAL PHOTO‚ÄďBASED FORMS
Miles Collyer, May 30, 6PM
Photographers, sculptors, interdisciplinary artists and those interested in challenging the traditional boundaries of photographic practice through the creation experimental photo‚Äďbased are encouraged to attend this workshop.
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PHOTOMAGIC 44
A Photography Summer Camp for teens at Gallery 44
July 15 to 19, 2019
Photomagic 44 is a five-day photography camp for youth aged 13 -19. This innovative and intensive week-long camp utilizes the extensive production and darkroom facilities at Gallery 44, while focusing on our unique location in the 401 Richmond arts building situated among many of Toronto’s leading artist-run galleries.
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For further information on educational activities at Gallery 44, please contact Curator of Education and Community Outreach, Leila Fatemi @ 416.979.3941 or lfatemi@gallery44.org
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