Beginner Cyanotype Workshop

Beginner Cyanotype Workshop

Tue, Oct 31 @ 6PM - 7PM

Squamish Arts Art School Cyanotype Workshop

Cost: $45

Age: 12+ years
1 session
at 1 hour
Location: The 55 Activity Centre

Embark on a captivating journey into the world of the cyanotype process with our Beginner Cyanotype Workshop. This workshop offers a delightful and immersive experience, where you’ll uncover the secrets of cyanotype—a photographic printing technique renowned for its creation of enchanting blue and white images using light-sensitive chemicals. Through hands-on exploration, you’ll gain a deep understanding of this mesmerizing art form, as you create your own stunning cyanotype prints. Whether you have a passion for photography related media or simply a curiosity about unique artistic processes, this workshop offers an accessible and engaging adventure into the realm of captivating imagery for everyone to enjoy.


Squamish Arts Hazel Zhang Headshot

Hazel Zhang

Hazel Yuhang Zhang, a Vancouver-based interdisciplinary artist, brings a diverse background in visual arts and design to her work. Holding a Bachelor of Fine Art with a major in visual arts from The University of British Columbia, her foundation in the Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory is evident. Hazel’s creative journey is marked by exhibitions like the 2023 Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival, Art 4 Life, and the UBC BFA/BA Visual Art Graduating Exhibition, where her distinct perspective shines. As a published illustrator, her contributions appear in SAD MAG and VASALINE. Passionate about sharing artistic insights, Hazel has led workshops and artist talks, including the Kids Cyanotype Workshop at Fresh Roots, Beginner Cyanotype Workshop at Slice of Life, and an artist talk at the UBC AHVA Gallery.


The 55 Activity Centre

1201 Village Green Way Squamish, Squamish, BC, V8B 0N6, Canada


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Squamish Arts acknowledges that the land on which we live, work and recreate is the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, particularly the territories of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation. It is our responsibility to honour their ancestry by being an ally to the present.

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