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Cyanotype Workshop with Kit Martin

Cyanotype Workshop with Kit Martin

16 September 2018 1:09 - 16 September 2018

In this workshop on the beautiful Anstruther harbourside, we will explore the photographic technique of Cyanotype – coating paper with light-sensitive chemicals then exposing our prints outside. Exposure time will depend on the strength of UV light that day. We will use flat objects, like feathers, plants, lace, drawings on acetate or negatives to make the prints.

After a couple of test prints, we will make a small concertina book, about 15×10cm, with 4 pages.
All materials provided but If you would like to bring anything to use to print with, remember it should be flat and fit inside 15×10cm.

We’ll have a break for cups of tea while paper is drying and to keep your creative juices flowing.

Suitable for adults and young adults 13+
£10 per person

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A ceramic installation by artist Mella Shaw

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Merchant's Room : East Neuk Art Club

The East Neuk Art Club’s first exhibition here in our Merchant’s Room Community Gallery

Christmas Exhibition

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a selection of Christmas-themed objects from the Scottish Fisheries Museum’s collection

Lada Wilson - SOUTH

Lada Wilson - SOUTH

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It Ends Up On Our Beach

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Anstruther Improvements Association Presents “It Ends up on Our Beach”, an exhibition of photography highlighting the worrying scale of plastic pollution on our local beaches

A Tale of Tea Cities : Tea shipping and consumption around the 19th century

Centring around the Tea Race of 1866, this exhibition will explore the 19th century Tea Trade and its impact on everyday life, both at sea and on shore.

Merchant's Room : Historic Stornoway

Exhibition of watercolours based on historic harbour scenes by Margaret Maclean.

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St Ayles, Harbourhead, Anstruther, Fife KY10 3AB
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