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Save Scottish Species - A Free Print Making Workshop

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Save Scottish Species – A Print Making Workshop Lead by Hannah Ayre Event Summary

We are excited to welcome artist Hannah Ayre on Sunday the 26 of September, 11am-3pm, for a printmaking session using the power of the sun! This workshop will be an opportunity to try out the process of ‘cyanotype’ or sunlight printmaking, which uses UV light to create images! In this workshop, we will begin by visiting The Shadow World at Perth Museum and Art Gallery.

After, we will be creating cyanotypes inspired by the exhibition’s theme outside the museum, on the Mill Street Plaza, outside Perth Museum and Art Gallery. Using cut-outs and natural materials, you may wish to take inspiration from endangered Scottish species, such as mountain hares and puffins or even endangered flowers such as bluebells.

Workshop participants will be invited to create a large collectively made cyanotype print to later be put on display at our Culture Perth and Kinross Libraries. There will also be an opportunity to make a personal piece to take home.

This workshop is for 11-17-year-olds and is free of charge. No experience is needed, and all materials will be included. All attendees aged 11-15 will be asked to supply next of kin details on arrival at this event. Save Scottish Species! - A Printmaking Workshop - Culture Perth and Kinross (culturepk.org.uk) Time, Place and Ticketing

We will be meeting at the Mill Street Plaza outside of Perth Museum and Art Gallery at 11am on Sunday the 26th of September. This event is taking place outside, so please dress for the weather.

There will be a short break during the workshop for lunch. Food will not be provided so please bring something with you to eat.

Booking is essential due to the limited spaces available. Free tickets are available via Eventbrite. If you need any more information, please contact events@culturepk.org.uk