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April 2017
10:00 — 17:00
@ 株式会社便利堂

Benrido: New Collotype Workshop

[/column_2] Collotype printing started in France 150 years ago and shares an intimate relationship with early photography and fine art. The process takes time but provides extremely fine tonal gradation and deep texture. This workshop will give you opportunity to visit the Benrido studio and reproduce your image using the collotype techniques. In this workshop we will deviate from the traditional glass-made printing plate and participants will learn to use the new version of the process plate made from a…

14:00 — 16:00
@ Higashi-Honganji Temple Shinran Community Hall

Create Your Own Kakejiku Book Cover

Make your own bookcover from the traditional & authentic fabrics of the kakejiku. You will also able to hear interesting stories about techniques of restoration of cultural assets and history of Kyo Hyogu. The workshop will be held in Japanese (English and French translation is available for production instructions upon request). Number of seats are limited and booking is required. [/column_1] About Usami Shokakudo A Japanese mounting artisan that has a history of 230 years. Since the foundation, the business…

14:00 — 16:00
@ galleryMain

Digital Gelatin Silver Printing Workshop

Digital Gelatin Silver Printing Workshop Even in this digital era the depth of black, and the texture of silver is still unique to monochrome film prints. In this workshop, you can learn digital gelatin silver printing technique and find a bridge between analogue and digital. Keep your prints after the workshop (Bookings required). [fee] 4,000¥ [Session] [Session 1] 10:00 – 12:00 [Session 2] 14:00 – 16:00 [language] Japanese [Program name for reservation] Digital Gelatin Silver Printing Workshop [Booking] Please email…

May 2017
13:00 — 16:00
@ 元・白川小学校とその周辺

Cyanotype / Blueprint Workshop

Create a life size cyanotype print with your body. Using technology invented in the middle of the nineteenth century and the spring light participants can produce a special photographic artwork. During this event we can get closer to the primitive world of the image, creating something beautiful and truly unique. *Date will be moved to May 7th in case of rain. *KYOTOGRAPHIE does not take responsibility for participants belongings or health. Please be aware this event uses chemicals that can…

13:00 — 18:00

Build your own Camera Obscura with Kyoto Artisans

5/6:13:00 – 18:00 Yamamoto Alloy Works co.,LTD 6-6 Ebisunobanba-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 5/7:13:00 – 18:00 Maki Shinto Ritual Articles Store 121-9 Kainokami-cho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto *This is a tow-day workshop. On the 1st day, you cut out a metal and create a mirror and on the 2nd day you create the outer box of camera to contain the mirror. In Yan Kallen’s exhibition you can see a “camera obscura” made in collaboration with Kyoto artisans. This is a workshop to make your…

13:30 — 17:00
@ Usami Shokakudo Co. Ltd.

Create Your Own “Kakejiku”

In this workshop, under the direction of a kakeijku artisan you can make and take home your own mini-kakejiku. The event also includes a tour of the workshop where the restoration of important cultural artefacts takes place, this work space is never usually open to the public. Please come with an image postcard size. In Japanese only (for how-to, English/French translation is available upon request). Limited space bookings essential. About Usami Shokakudo A Japanese mounting artisan that has a history…

All Day
@ Institut français du Japon

Photographic Workshop: ‘How I Grew’ presented Reylia Slaby

[/column_1] [/column_1] Everyone has their own story. But more than that, each person has a vast array of experiences, emotions, and thoughts that are trapped, and struggle to be expressed. Be it that this struggle comes from fear, or even something as simple as stress. The aim of the class is to enable students the ability to more effectively express those ideas, and to embrace their own unique way of storytelling through photography. Going step-by-step with a concept, you can…

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