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Come explore the incredible art of cyanotypes, a safe and exciting early photographic process that dates back almost 200 years! Using every day objects, from fabric to toys to leaves, we’ll be learning the basics of the cyanotype process, as well as ways to experiment with your new found skills and elevate your art to another level. Open to all age and all abilities!

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About Instructor: Patrick Mead

I am an artist and aspiring teacher, currently working towards my masters in education and a teaching license for visual arts! I grew up in Fort Collins, but left for New York City to study photography and work within that field. A lot of my art is inspired by the disconnect between these two environments, and the practice of seeking out the comforts of a natural environment within my less hospitable urban surroundings. Through my art, and my career as an educator, I hope to share my appreciation for the beautiful world that surrounds us here, and help others find peace and solace within it.

I am also part of FoCo Free Art Friday, a non profit initiative that distributes free art throughout town under the belief that everyone should be able to have art in their lives!

I have taught classes on the cyanotype process already, both for student teaching, and as part of the Impressit series put on by the City of Fort Collins. I am confident in my ability to accommodate the abilities and needs of my students, and provide them with a welcoming, accessible and exciting learning environment.

Cost: $25

Dates and Times:

Thursday, July 25

12 – 2pm

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Jul 25 2024


12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Museum of Art Fort Collins
Museum of Art Fort Collins
Museum of Art Fort Collins, Fort Collins, Colorado


Museum of Art Fort Collins
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