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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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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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Building Projects with Legos

Every year I try out a few experimental projects.  If they are successful, we use them again.  If not, we learn something from it and move on.  A recent experiment involved printing with Legos because… who doesn’t love Legos? The … Continue reading

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Gelatin Prints – How to make it work with 20+ students

Gelatin prints are my latest obsession.  I love being surprised by the delicate textures and the unpredictable ghost prints. It took a few weeks of experimenting at home before I was ready to try this with a large group of … Continue reading

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