Tara Nicholson is a photo-based artist who explores ecological activism through a more-than-human lens. She has exhibited across Canada and internationally. She teaches at the University of Victoria and is currently completing her PhD (UBCO) that documents Arctic extinction and permafrost melt.
October 28 & 29
Saturday & Sunday 1 to 4:00 pm.
Supported by CKCA and EoD
Maximum 8 registrants
No experience necessary.
This workshop will introduce participants to anthotypes,
a zero-carbon, plant-based printing technique while
exploring the world of plant pigments and printing.
Throughout this hands-on experience, participants will
learn about the historical roots and contemporary
resurgence of anthotypes.
Participants will produce a series of self-made, plant pigments from various plants, vegetables and flowers to coat and sensitize different materials for anthotypes exposures. Demo exposures will be created by participants during the workshop. Participants will leave with sensitized papers, plant-based inks and an understanding of the anthotype process, ready to embark on their own printing journey.
To register, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please state which course you are registering for in the Subject area of your email.
If you have any further questions,
or to register, please email
title the subject with
‘Eco-printing Registration or Eco-Printing Inquiry."