Pinhole Camera Workshop
April 30 @ 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM$25.00 - $50.00
Pinhole photography is a very accessible way to get involved with traditional photography. Just about any item that can be made light tight can be transformed into a camera, from cookie tins to garbage cans, and film or paper can be used to create negative or positive images. In this workshop, participants will source materials from The Scrap Exchange to create pinhole cameras and use class time to experiment with their new creations! All materials will be provided.
Registration is suggested. Space is limited.
Dates: Saturday, April 30th
Cost: $50 tuition
Ages: All Ages
Instructor: Dale Rio
Dale Rio is a practitioner of traditional photographic processes; from shooting film to utilizing alternative processes. Dale enjoys sharing her love of traditional photography with others and demonstrating how accessible and expressive it can be!
Early Bird Registration Bonus!
Register for any class at least 3 weeks in advance and receive a $5 store voucher good towards the purchase of any materials in The Scrap Exchange retail store! Voucher will be handed out at the beginning of the class, and will be valid for two weeks. The voucher may not be applied to Cameron Gallery items or programs. This voucher will only be given to students who register at least 3 weeks prior to the start date/time of the class.
Refunds for class fees will be issued if the class is cancelled by The Scrap Exchange for any reason. If you register for a class and cannot attend, a refund will only be issued if you notify the Scrap Exchange at least 24 hours before the class begins.