Cyanotype Printing

About the event

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that uses a combination of two safe chemicals that, when mixed together and exposed under sunlight, produce a cyan-coloured print…the original ‘blueprint’.

Visual artist Jane Cummins will teach participants about the cyanotype process from start to finish and you will be given the opportunity to produce up to four final art pieces to take home.


Where is it taking place?

Studio 6 Marlay Craft Courtyard
Grange Road,

When is it taking place?

August 13th, 10am to 12pm

Who is it suitable for?

All ages


Disability parking and toilets.

Do you need to book?

Yes, booking is required. Booking through the website.

About the organiser

Studio ID-11 was established in 2018 by Dublin based artists Yusuf Amod and Jane Cummins. Yusuf and Jane started the studio out of their love of analogue photography and the joy they felt when teaching other people the many photography and printing processes they work with.

Contact details



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Design & Crafts Council Ireland


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Event Details

Maker: Jane Cummins

Starts: Aug 13 at 10:00 am

Ends: Aug 13 at 12:00 pm

Discipline: Printing

Location: Dublin

Type: Workshop

Price: €45