Join us for a cyanotype workshop with 'Seacourt print workshop' as part of our 'Blue Links' art exhibit on 9th June at Ulster Museum. This workshop will include an introduction to the 'Blue Links' work from Daniela Keiser and Dr Linda Schädler.

'Blue Links' is a stunning 6m x 3m cyanotype depiction of the Giant's Causeway, currently on show on the fourth floor of Ulster Museum. This work is kindly on loan from artist Daniela Keiser, and is made up of 36 individual cyanotype images that can be viewed from all floors of the museum.

Blue is the colour of cyanography and has become a symbol for the Blue Banana geo-economic theory. Swiss artist Daniela Keiser (b. 1963) is fascinated by this theory; developed in 1989, it concerns the densely populated region stretching from Manchester to Milan, an active, dynamic zone thanks to its global connections. Keiser creates cyanotypes from found photographs and her own shots linking landscapes, settlement structures, agricultural trade and colour across this region. She photographed Panská skála in the Czech Republic, the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, regions in Northern Spain and Southern France, and transformed these images into cyanotypes.

All materials will be provided for the workshop. This event is £5 with a capacity of 10 so advanced booking is necessary. Please book through the link below.

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