Tigermen, June 3 - 7: Intro to Photography & the Art of Xerox Transfer

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Tigermen, June 3 - 7: Intro to Photography & the Art of Xerox Transfer

225.00

Ages 7 - 14

Learn the basic technics of digital photography, editing, and the alternative process of creating one of a kind Xerox transfers with your own images. The Xerox transfer process is super fun and educational, it also can be done at home without fancy equipment and just a few chemical components. Xerox Transfers are made with black and white Xerox prints pressed onto watercolor paper, using a combination of shellac, gum-Arabic, a paint brush, and distilled water. The process is instantly gratifying and highly creative. Students will take a photography field trip, learn to select the best image for the transfer process, and learn how to make a Xerox transfer, students can expect to take home a totally unique finished print, if not many! No photography experience required

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American artist LINKA A ODOM is a freelance photographer and installation artist. Linka utilizes photography to create one of kind immersive photo light box installations oftentimes hung in outdoor settings including found trees. Ms. Odom’s installations have traveled to events and festivals all over the world. Odom’s interest in photography stems from a childhood filled with creek walking and exploration. Her images explore our world, with a focus on unique cultures and the surreal. Linka’s work is driven to influence a culture of acceptance, encouraging the viewer to reflect and ultimately gain insight on the interconnection amongst all things. Ms. Odom has earned both an M.A. in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the Univ. of the Arts London College of Communication, 2012 and a B.F.A. in Photography from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, 1997. Linka is a full-time freelance photographer based in New Orleans, LA.