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Experimental Flatbed Scanning Workshop with Rachel Rozanski

Saturday, January 22nd, 1pm CST
(Online via zoom)

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In this workshop, participants will gather items to photograph using a flatbed scanner. We will experiment with different techniques and talk about what makes this a unique tool for creating time-based images with an extremely shallow depth of field.

Rachel Rozanski is a Canadian artist whose interdisciplinary works explore biological, geological and material transformations appearing as we enter the Anthropocene. She studied Visual Arts at Emily Carr, Capilano, and Langara Universities, and received an MFA from Ryerson University in Documentary Media. She has exhibited across Canada and internationally, showing interdisciplinary works that explore scientific concepts focusing on environmental timelines. Through residency projects in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Iceland, she has collaborated with researchers and been inspired by the study of land change, pollutants and adaptations and extinctions.

Recommended Supplies:
Participants are encouraged to have a flatbed scanner, saran wrap, and bring items such as plants and leaves, a large dark blanket or garbage bag, feathers or any other textured items

Members: FREE
Non-members: $50 (Price of membership at time of registration or $25 for students/underemployed)
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About Memberships:
Did you know? PAVED member perks include free work-shops and darkroom plus artist-priced access to equipment rentals, video editing suite, digital photo suite, audio suite, event space rentals, and more. Our Darkroom Suite is always free for our members to use!Fee: $50/year ($25 for Student/Underemployed)

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• 306-652-5502 ext. 3