Learn to create one-of-a-kind handmade cyanotype prints! Developed in 1842 by Sir John Herschel, the cyanotype is a camera-less photographic printing process that uses a light sensitive emulsion to create a cyan-blue print. Harnessing the power of the sun, we will arrange objects and botanical specimens on paper to create beautiful unique prints. Materials will be provided however participants are encouraged to bring their own small objects to experiment with.
Robin Cone-Murakami is an artist from Honolulu, Hawaii. She works in sculpture, photography, sound and installation to examine the intimate link between humanity and nature. Growing up in a city expanding within a complex island ecosystem, her work deals with the changing landscape the world faces in contemporary society. She has exhibited in solo and group shows throughout Oregon including McMinnville, Ashland and Portland. In 2018, she was a low-resident artist at Leland Ironworks in Oregon City. She moved to Portland in 2017 and is a Master in Fine Arts in Visual Studies candidate at the Pacific Northwest College of Art.
Free Family Mornings is an ongoing series hosted by the Washington County Museum. Each month during the school year the museum hosts a family-friendly, no-experience-needed workshop led by a teaching artist from the community. Museum entrance is always FREE during these events, and includes access to all rotating and permanent exhibits.
About the Washington County Museum
For more than 50 years, the Washington County Museum has provided community members and visitors an opportunity to experience and understand the richness of local history, heritage and culture.
The Washington County Museum on the Portland Community College Rock Creek campus is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10am to 3pm.
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