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In this hands-on photography class, students will experiment with one of the oldest, and simplest photographic processes, the Cyanotypes. As the origin of the word Photography from the Greek roots – phōtos = Light, graphé = drawing, we will be using chemicals, water, found plant material and light, to make a cyanotype print, also called Sun Print.

Sol Avi Erez is an artist and educator, working in photography, video, and mixed media since 2008. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Art Education from HaMidrasha School of Art in Beit-Berl, Israel and a Master’s in Fine Arts from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, US. He is an adjunct professor at the County College of Morris in New-Jersey, and the co-founder of Wick Gallery in Brooklyn, New-York.

University Open Air is generously supported by The Morris & Alma Schapiro Fund. WNYC is a media partner of the 2020 BPL Presents Season.

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