Take your plant-based printing processes to the next level with this follow up course to the Plant-based Printing Intro class! Explore further the possibilities of printing with plants and using chemistry found in common household items. We will investigate the infinitely variable lumen and phytogram processes combined with non-traditional applications of chemistry you can make at home, as well as finding ways to take
anthotypes and chlorophyll printing forward. We will meet via online platform once a week for demonstrations and students will then take what they have learned and complete that week’s assignment, returning for troubleshooting, critique and a new demo each week. Most items needed to take this course should be easily obtainable from the backyard, a nearby park, or even the grocery. This course assumes knowledge of the printing methods covered in the Intro course and development of a conceptual project or image series is encouraged.
With your registration, you will receive access to a Harvard Google Classroom which will feature recordings of each class. In the case you miss a class or would like to review, these recordings will be available for 30 days after the end of the course.
*Session 1 October 12th class will be held on Indigenous Peoples Day/Columbus Day.
Cost: Free for Harvard College Undergraduate Students, $300 for Harvard Graduate Students, Harvard Employees and Adult Community.