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Edvard Munch Through the Lens of Henrietta’s Eye

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Nov 08
Lecture
Edvard Munch Through the Lens of Henrietta’s Eye
Nov 08, 2020
2:00pm - 3:00pm PST

Join us for a virtual afternoon with the artists behind Henrietta’s Eye, Libby Bulloff and Stephen Robinson. Henrietta’s Eye is a Seattle-based studio focusing on wet-plate collodion and alternative process photography.

Learn how photography can be used to practice self-expression and function as a pathway to creating other forms of art. Get a unique glimpse into the analog techniques and processes that predate Munch’s photos during a virtual demonstration in Henrietta’s Eye's studio.  Find out how Munch’s experiments in photography can help you take more interesting self-portraits. The program will conclude with a Q&A session.

This program is in conjunction with the exhibit The Experimental Self: Edvard Munch’s Photography and in partnership with Henrietta's Eye.

Cost: $5

drawing of hand with eye

 

Edvard Munch Through the Lens of Henrietta’s Eye
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Join us for a virtual afternoon with the artists behind Henrietta’s Eye, Libby Bulloff and Stephen Robinson. Henrietta’s Eye is a Seattle-based studio focusing on wet-plate collodion and alternative process photography.

Learn how photography can be used to practice self-expression and function as a pathway to creating other forms of art. Get a unique glimpse into the analog techniques and processes that predate Munch’s photos during a virtual demonstration in Henrietta’s Eye's studio.  Find out how Munch’s experiments in photography can help you take more interesting self-portraits. The program will conclude with a Q&A session.

This program is in conjunction with the exhibit The Experimental Self: Edvard Munch’s Photography and in partnership with Henrietta's Eye.

Cost: $5

drawing of hand with eye

 

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