Category Archives: adult ed

Pinhole CANmeras – Day 1

Last year I had a conversation with Nicole Croy at the NAEA Convention that blew my mind.  For the last few years, she has been recording incredible images with long exposure pinhole cameras that do not require any darkroom chemicals!  I could … Continue reading

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Flipped Classroom Videos for Gelatin Prints

I am getting so excited about the National Art Education Association National Convention in New York this week.  I am presenting a hands-on workshop on Thursday, March 2nd, called: Homemade Gelatin Plates. How to Make it Work for 20+ Students. … Continue reading

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Gadget Prints, Pronto Plates, and Chine-Colle. So fun!

I’m running a workshop at the MAEA Conference this weekend, and I wanted to get these video links up before I go.  If you want to try the gadget printing method, the key ingredient is Pledge Floor Care .  Stay … Continue reading

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Pronto Plates in the Classroom

I’ve been using Pronto Plates in my own work for the last few years.  I’ve taught a number of photo-lithography workshops to adults and high school teachers, but it wasn’t until my proposal was accepted for the MAEA and NAEA … Continue reading

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Experiments with Pronto Plates

A recent Explore. Create. Make it Great. visitor asked a question about my last Pronto Plate tutorial that I couldn’t immediately answer.  I always heat set digital prints simply by running them through the printer a second time. If you … Continue reading

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Pronto Plate Lithography Tutorial

I put this tutorial together for an upcoming workshop with high school art teachers. I often use this exciting process in my own work, but have not yet worked out how to bring it into my elementary art room. You … Continue reading

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