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The Art and Science of Cyanotype - Tomaree Library

Friday 22 January 2021

10:30am to 11:30am

Venue: Tomaree Library and Community Centre

Address: 7 Community Close, Salamander Bay

Cost: $5 per child

Booking Details: In line with our COVIDSafe plan, restrictions on attendance numbers apply, so bookings are essential.  Contact Tomaree Library on 4988 0670  to book your place

Newcastle Museum is presenting this workshop which will look at the art and science of cyanotype, the worlds first ‘photographs’ a process not as we know it today.  In this hands-on workshop children will learn about this process and create two of their own cyanotype artworks. They will also colour and cut two frames for their works.

Suitable for ages 5-12

In line with our COVIDSafe plan, restrictions on attendance numbers apply,  so bookings are essential.  Payment will secure booking.

Newcastle Museum will also be presenting this workshop at Raymond Terrace Library on Friday 22 January 1:30 to 2:30pm.

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