When & Where

Suitable For

  • 18 year olds and up are permitted on this course

Quick Facts

  • Availability No
  • Tutor Zoe Burt
  • Course Code STE051A

What you will learn

Experiment with guided techniques to make unique and beautiful images using this exciting process. Learn to prepare a cyanotype recipe and apply directly to paper and fabric.The course also investigates historical and current creative practice in this field.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Learn to prepare a light sensitive solution and apply it effectively to different surfaces - paper and fabric
  • Experiment with several guided techniques to make unique images
  • Understand the links to history, science and engineering
  • Develop brown toned prints, removing the blue colour
  • Investigate current practise and artists using cyanotype or blueprinting


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  • Concession fee
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    Class format and activities

    There will be a presentation, demonstrations, inspirational samples, space to experiment and learn with constructive feedback and support from your tutor andgroup work to share learning.

    Entry requirements

    Open to all abilities, newcomers or experienced practitioners welcome

    What you need to know before you enrol

    The Textile studio is on the second floor of the Nancy Seear building, there is lift access to the first floor only and stairs onward. If you have mobility issues, please notify the department in advance of the course. We use specialist equipment in the textile studio and forage from the Morley College Garden.

    What you need

    An apron, rubber gloves, notebook and pen. Any matter you wish to print with. For example pressed botany, feathers, lace or black and white acetate imagery. However this is not essential as plenty to find in the garden or studio and through guided design tasks.