Tate Liverpool Course

Cyanotype Printmaking Course Where it all began

Practise different photographic printing techniques in this six-week course

Print your own photograms with masks and negatives in this course led by Colette Whittington. Explore this early pioneering photographic technique, printing onto handmade papers, fabric and 3-D objects. Experiment with cyanotype and salt chemicals. Build up your own photographic collection, so you can carry on cyano-printing at home, out on location, or, in the very heart of the landscape.

This event includes entry into our Don McCullin exhibition, which showcases over 250 photographs, all printed by McCullin himself in his own darkroom.

Biography

Colette Whittington is a Liverpool based artist/ educator specialising in printmaking. She leads specialist print workshops in galleries and museums all over the UK, alongside her own artistic practice with social engagement bias. She is the author of Project Print, a new book collaboration for Tate exploring print projects to inspire artists of all ages and abilities to get printing.

Tate Liverpool

Clore Learning Centre

Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Liverpool L3 4BB
Plan your visit

Dates

Every Friday at 10.30–16.00

12 June – 17 July 2020

Booking is not available for this event due to the disruption caused by coronavirus. We know this will be disappointing and we’re deeply sorry for the inconvenience caused. 

The safety of visitors and staff is always our first priority. We are following guidance from Public Health England. As things change, please check our FAQs for the latest updates.

Pricing

£225

£195 Concessions

Advanced booking essential

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