Students will learn the history and techniques for making wet collodion images. Beginning with tintypes, and trying ambrotypes, students can expect to take home several varnished plates at the end of the workshop. All supplies will be provided, and information will be given on supplies and materials to shoot wet plate collodion on your own.
THIS WORKSHOP HAS ENDED. Thank you for all of you who attended!
Saturday, January 17th, 2015 through Sunday, January 18th, 2015 – 10am to 4pm each day.
The workshop will be limited to 6 participants.
Instructor: Michelle Rogers Pritzl (website)
Michelle Rogers Pritzl was born and raised in Washington DC, where she began studying photography in high school. Pritzl received a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in 2001, a MA from California State University in 2010, and a MFA in Photography from Lesley University College of Art, where she studied with Christopher James, in 2014. Her work explores the tension between past and present in our psychological lives as well as the photographic medium itself, often working in a digital/analogue hybrid. Pritzl works in alternative and historic photographic processes, and has been widely exhibited in New York, New Orleans, Fort Collins, Boston and Washington DC, amongst others. Pritzl was a Critical Mass Top 250 finalist in 2013; she has been featured in Lenscratch, Noovo Editions, Diffusion Magazine, Lumen Magazine and her work as been recognized by the International Photography Awards, LensCulture and the Prix de la Photographie Paris. Pritzl has taught photography and drawing in both high school and college for the last 10 years, most recently serving as an adjunct instructor at Lesley University College of Art, as well as leading workshops for the Griffin Museum of Photography. She is represented by Corbis Images.
Vermont Center for Photography
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