Caroline from Juniper Arts will be running two interactive online workshops for adults, inspired by local artists’ work.
New date Saturday 15 May: Using photo filter effects
In this workshop Caroline will focus on creating photo filters that can be used with any camera to create unique effects. Using found transparent materials such as plastic wrapping, lace, net, paper, participants will be shown how to create Polaroid style photo filters that can be then used to take photos through. Caroline will discuss colours and textures that the filters can produce by referencing the artwork in the Museum’s current Virtual Bucks Art Society 100th Anniversary Exhibition and how to create similar effects using the filters.
Please note these workshops are completely independent of each other, you do not need to have attended the previous workshop to come to this one.
The workshop is by donation. Places are limited so please book now.
Both workshops have been generously funded by the Rothschild Foundation.
Suggested materials for the workshop:
- Any transparent material, some ideas for this could be: Clear plastic from packaging or acetate (highly recommended!), clear plastic folders, tulle or net, lace, bubblewrap, cellophane, sweet wrappers. Keep your eyes open and get collecting anything see through.
- Paints, pens, ink, nail varnish. These all work really well for creating colour but bring along any art materials you have.