Pierced by the Light: A Pinhole Photography Workshop for Families

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette is hosting a pinhole photography workshop on Saturday, February 16th from 9 am to noon. The workshop is free, but space is limited and advance is required.

Art museum curator Michael Atwell and retired Jefferson High School photography teacher Sue Carr will offer a free family oriented pinhole photography workshop giving participants the chance to gain hands-on experience. Participants will witness the magic as images begin to develop on their paper negatives in the darkroom. Positive prints will then be made from these negatives. Participants need bring nothing to the workshop but enthusiasm.

There will be examples of pinhole photographs, and examples of homemade and converted cameras. For those bitten by the pinhole bug, there will be suggestions for converting old film cameras into pinhole cameras so they can continue shooting photographs without the need of a darkroom.

For more information or to sign up, email info@glmart.org or call 765-742-1128 x102 with:

  • Names of all attending (adults and children).
  • Ages of children (must be at least 10 years old). Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Phone number at which you can be reached.

The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette is located at 102 South Tenth Street, Lafayette, Indiana. They can be found online at www.artlafayette.org

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