TIFF Academy // Fab Lab vol. 2

TIFF Academy // Fab Lab vol. 2

TIFF Academy // Fab Lab vol. 2 is the second edition of the innovative workshop formula at the TIFF Center, addressed to people fascinated by photography and who like DIY activities. It is space and time devoted to your creativity and experiments. From October 10, we invite you to regular workshop meetings during which you will be able to work on your own artistic projects using various photographic / printing techniques, such as: cyanotype, salt paper, silver technique, silk screen printing and photo printing. Workshops will be preceded by presentations, during which you will learn the secrets of the tools proposed by us, as well as a large amount of inspiration, which we hope will make you fall for an unusual idea. The group will be run by Maciej Bujko and Paulina Anna Galanciak – who will support the use of individual techniques and show the possibilities of their creative use in the context of their own project. The organizers will also provide a variety of materials, such as wood, papers (watercolors, carbon paper, photo), fabrics, needles, threads, newspaper clippings and chemical reagents that will surely be useful to you during the workshops.

6 workshop meetings will be concluded with a summary, during which the authors of the projects will be able to boast in an informal atmosphere and talk about their concept.
Price:
PLN 700 for a series of workshop meetings
(100 PLN non-returnable deposit payable until 20/09/2018, then payment of 500 PLN to 10.10 or two installments of 250 PLN – the first to 10/10/2018, the second to 10/11/2018),
all workshop materials included.

dates:
Meeting dates: Fridays, 17: 00-21: 00: 19.10, 26.10, 16.11, 23.11, 7.12, 14.12
On December 15, 2012, a summary of works open to the public and friends is planned.
Number of people: max. 8 people in a group

Additional information: six 4-hour workshops, tutor’s care, types of techniques: cyanotype, salt paper, silver technique, screen printing, photo printing. Available materials: tiles, wood, papers (watercolors, carbon paper, photo), fabrics, newspaper clippings.