Crafternoon: Cyanotype Prayer Flags

Crafternoon: Cyanotype Prayer Flags


January 26, 2019, 1-4pm


The concept behind prayer flags is to create something full of symbolic meaning that inspires you every time you see it. In this mini-workshop we will use cyanotype and objects as our negatives to make photograms with our own, personalized symbols. Invented in 1843, cyanotype is a chemical photographic process that is only sensitive to UV light and is famous for its blue color. It is perfect for beginners as it is also one of the cheapest and most user-friendly of the chemical photographic processes. Participants are encouraged to bring their own objects for photograms. Bring a friend and create something to remind you of life’s most important things. 

Workshops have no minimum of enrollment requirement but the maximum is 6 students. Crafternoons are non-refundable though we will work with you to reschedule when possible.

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