Cyanotype on Fabric – Two Session Workshop

January 26, 2019 - February 2, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Halide Project

Create original cyanotypes, or sunprints, on fabric in our two-session workshop with visiting artist Jackie Neale. Students will learn about the cyanotype process, different methods and uses, how to mix and apply the chemistry, and how to expose and develop the material using a UV exposure unit or the sun. Fabric samples will be provided and students are encouraged to bring their own for experimentation!

Two Sessions:

  • Saturday, January 26th, 1-4pm: Preparing fabrics and applying chemistry
  • Saturday, February 2nd, 1-4pm: Making prints using a variety of flowers, found objects, and negatives.

Age 18 and over. Registration Required.

Image featured: Cyanotype on Fabric by Jackie Neale. Jackie Neale is an award winning photographer, imaging director, photo editor, author, educator, and recipient of Mural Arts Philadelphia Summer 2018 Tacony Artist In Residence, MissionEDC STEAM Artist Expert Residency, TX, and Guapamacataro Arts & Ecology Residency, MX. 

Jackie’s photography and imaging direction while at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has been critically acclaimed, received high praise, and won awards throughout the museum industry. Jackie’s fine art photography has been exhibited throughout the US and Mexico and is soon to be on view with the European Culture Centre at the 2019 La Beinnale di Venezia. She has appeared on NPR/WNYC radio, is in the film “Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid,” publishes editorial works internationally for online publications/print collateral, photographed, and produced for the Metropolitan Museum of Art Online Features, is a published author, an instructor at NYFA and Saint Joseph’s University, and successfully fundraised to self publish her photo book, “#SubwaySeries.” See more at


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