EXPERIMENTS IN CAMERA: FILM MAKING WORKSHOP with Taylor Dunne and Eric Stewart

Friday, April 13th

9:00am – 2:00pm

UNM Photo Department

*Workshop is free, but space is limited.

RSVP to bethzilla@gmail.com by April 10th to reserve your spot.

 

Using a historic hand cranked 35mm camera, lovingly called the lunchbox, this workshop will examine the film making strategies and technologies during the time of Lumière and early Cinema. Workshop participants will create a single shot “Lumière/ vérité reel” and then learn to process, print, tone and project the final result. The workshop will focus on demonstration and discussion of the various chemical and mechanical processes such as: negative vs reversal processing, tinting and toning and standard b/w cine development. All experience levels welcome!

Taylor Dunne is a filmmaker, curator and university lecturer based in Colorado’s San Luis Valley and the Catskill Mountains of New York State. She has an affinity for photographic processes, amateur film, the personal archive, and the history of the cinematic apparatus.

Eric Stewart is a multimedia artist and educator. Working predominantly with 16mm film his artistic practice invokes photochemical and darkroom processes to investigate landscape, place and cultural identity in the American West.

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