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Film Photography and Darkroom Development with J. Kevin Foltz

Photograph by Kevin Foltz

Photograph by Kevin Foltz

Saturdays and Sundays, March 13, 14, 20, and 21 from 9am-1pm

Redux Contemporary Art Center is collaborating with The Gibbes Museum of Art and photographer and Redux Studio Artist J. Kevin Foltz for this specially tailored 2-weekend workshop where participants will have a full experience of film photography including a guided tour of The Gibbes photography exhibition, taking photos, processing film, and making prints.

Day: Saturdays and Sundays, March 13,14 and 20,21

Time: 9am-1pm with a short lunch break

Cost: $435 for Members, and $545 for NonMembers. *Member pricing applies to Gibbes and Redux Members.*

This price includes a guided tour of this exhibition at The Gibbes, as well as film, chemicals, and photographic paper (provided by Redux).


- Saturday, March 13th: We will start with the curated tour of the exhibition at The Gibbes, and an introduction with Kevin Foltz to the course talking briefly about film exposure followed by a walk around the downtown area making images.

- Sunday, March 14th: At Redux Contemporary Art Center, we will develop the film that was exposed on the previous day and get familiarized with the darkroom and lab.

- Saturday, March 20th: At Redux, participants will be working in the darkroom making a contact sheet and selection of images to print on the 21st.

- Sunday, March 21st: On this final day, at Redux, participants will produce finished 8x10 black and white images in the darkroom.

Please note:
- Class size is limited to a maximum of 6 participants.

- Masks/face coverings will be required for COVID compliancy.

What to bring:
- Participants will need to bring an operating 35mm camera on the 13th.

- For the days spent at Redux, the students should bring darkoom towels and a bagged lunch or snack.

- Redux will provide film, chemicals and photographic paper.