Liquid Light is a silver-gelatin liquid emulsion that can be painted onto paper, cloth, stone, wood, and other substrates. If applied correctly, photographs can be printed onto the substrate with an enlarger or through contact printing. In this mini-workshop you will learn how to prepare a tile for Liquid Light emulsion and print onto it. The print can be a photogram (using an object as the negative) or from digital negatives of digital images. You are encouraged to bring your own objects for photograms. If you would like to use a digital image for a nominal fee, you can email us your image prior to the class so we can have it ready to go.