Western Connecticut State University Adjunct Professor of Artwork Bruce Dunbar will provide an intensive four-day Various Photographic Processes Workshop from July 15 via 18 on the Visual and Performing Arts Center on the college’s Westside campus, 43 Lake Ave. Extension in Danbury.
The workshop, introduced by the WCSU Department of Art, will meet Monday via Thursday from 10 a.m. to four p.m. on the Photograph Suite in VPAC Room 343. Enrollment is open to the general public at a registration charge of $365, together with all supplies. Class measurement is restricted to 10 college students. Advance registration is required and could also be accomplished on-line via July 8at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/alternative-photographic-process-workshop-intensive-tickets-60706359355.
The workshop is really helpful for adults who’re focused on a hands-on expertise exploring the historical past of images. Periods will cowl particular historic processes launched within the 19th century for photographic printing that embrace cyanotype, Van Dyke brown and Kallitype. College students will study strategies for utility of those processes in working with digital picture negatives.
Recipient of an M.A. in Images from New York College, Dunbar has proven his images and mixed-media works at quite a few solo and group exhibitions in Connecticut and New York Metropolis. He described his inventive philosophy in combining images with combined media as “an attempt at capturing an impression, an inescapable essence of what once was, the invisible force through which matter changes, and the state of flux in which all organic matter is caught.”
Along with his college place at WCSU, Dunbar serves as a images teacher on the Silvermine Faculty of Artwork, conducts workshops for the Artwork Explorer Program at Weir Farm and participates within the arts group Lamia Ink! in New York.
For info, contact the Division of Artwork at (203) 837-8403 or the Workplace of College Relations at (203) 837-8486.