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In 1850, Frenchman, Louis-Desiré Blanquart-Evrard (1802-1872), invented the albumen print. This process involved immersing a sheet of paper in an egg and salt wash, brushing the paper with silver nitrate for light sensitivity, and exposing the coated paper to sunlight for minutes or even hours. The paper was then toned to produce a developed image with a warm brown cast and yellow and cream highlights. The warm brownish hue, a result of the egg emulsion, is a distinguishing earmark of an albumen print. In this workshop, students will learn the Albumen process using these same techniques. Students will learn how to mix chemistry for Albumen, coat paper, sensitize paper, and how to tone prints. The class will have the advantage of using UV lights for faster exposures as well as digital negatives for contact printing, which students should bring.
BizBash and Eventbrite are excited to announce the return of Elevate New York, a one-day, not-to-miss experience, on Thursday, July 31 at the Conrad New York. This thought-provoking event will feature a roster of innovative speakers focusing on everything from event marketing to technology, design, fund-raising, and more.
During this supportive and informative discussion-based workshop, adoptees will have the chance to explore the emotionally difficult, yet rewarding journey of search and reunion. The workshop will begin with a panel of adoptees, adoptive parents, and birth parents who will share their experiences of searching and being in reunion. Following the panel, our adoption experts will guide discussion groups where you can share your own stories, struggles, and hopes in a safe space. All domestic and international adoptees in closed or open adoptions ages 15 and older, as well as adoptive parents, spouses, or other supportive loved ones are welcome to attend. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646-539-2167 to reserve your spot now.
Learn the basics of TNR and colony care in this hands-on workshop designed by Alley Cat Allies, the ASPCA, and the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals. In this workshop, you will: Learn about feral cats, their history and behavior Learn the steps of humane trapping and pre- and post-spay/neuter surgery care with the help of video and live demonstrations Practice using a box trap and divider for trapping and in-trap care Learn the basics of caring for a cat colony Learn how to build good relationships with neighbors throughout the TNR process and how to help the cats be good neighbors Attendees will become Certified TNR Caretakers and receive our Guide to Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and Colony Care.
Join instructor Lisa Elmaleh as she takes on West Virginia and brings wet plate to the field! Learn the wet plate collodion process while getting back to nature. In this workshop, Lisa will teach students how to create glass negatives, tintypes and ambrotypes in camera. Students will learn the techniques of preparing the plate, pouring collodion, exposing, developing, fixing and varnishing as well as chemical mixing and safety. For further details email Lisa at: email@example.com.
The girls are still in a haze after a wild New Year’s party. This might explain why there’s an elephant in the room that only Talia can see. Or is that just the mysterious man from Apt 2E?