November 11, 2017
– 10:00 am
- November 11, 2017 – 10:00 am
Two-day historic photography workshop: Vandyke Brown Printing, with Erin Kice
November 10: 3:00–6:00 p.m. at the Frist Center
November 11: 10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. at the Frist Center
$50 members; $65 not-yet members (series discount available, see below)
All skill levels welcome; ages 18 and older only
Registration required by November 3. REGISTER HERE.
Questions? Call 615.744.3355.
In this workshop, Erin Kice, local artist and co-founder of Nashville Community Darkroom, will teach the basics of chemistry, light exposure, and multiple historic photo processes. On Day 1, study key iconic photographs and learn about early twentieth-century techniques. On Day 2, following a guided tour of the Frist exhibition World War I and American Art, practice creating your own photographic images in the Frist Center studios, where you will hand-coat papers with chemicals and tone images after development, combining historic and new processes for unique results. Photographic knowledge or experience is not required.
Erin Kice earned her BA and MA in photojournalism and mass communication from the University of Southern Mississippi. A film and alternative process photographer, she has taught traditional photography at all skill levels.
“Vandyke Brown Printing” is part of the Frist Center’s World War I and American Art Studio Workshop Series. The other workshops in the series are “Two-day painting workshop: The Greats and Their Abstract Response, with Lakesha Moore” (October 11 and 18, 2017) and “Two-day poster workshop: Persuaded by Posters” (January 12–13, 2018). Save money by signing up for all three workshops at the same time: the price of the full series is $90 for Frist Center members and $125 for the general public. Save money by signing up for all three workshops at the same time: the price of the full series is $90 for Frist Center members and $125 for the general public. To add multiple workshops to your shopping cart, click the REGISTER HERE link on each of the workshop webpages. The discount will automatically be taken once you have added all three workshops to your shopping cart.
World War I and American Art, the first major exhibition to examine how American artists reacted to the First World War, will be on view at the Frist Center from October 6, 2017, through January 21, 2018.