Delhi, India, January 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts & Communication, New Delhi is all set to host a Workshop on Alternate Photographic Processes, from 16th to 21st of December, 2013. Participants would get a chance to experiment in this lab-oriented, hands-on workshop, selecting, learning and creating from an extensive array of 19th century photographic processes. Mr. Edson Dias, co-founder of Goa Centre for Alternative Photography (GoaCAP) conducts the workshop.
This workshop is for creative people of all disciplines who want to expand on their visualizing possibilities, explore new options and inspire new directions, and learn to make hand crafted photographic prints on water colour papers. Processes included in the workshop are Photogenic Drawing, Cyanotype, Salted paper process, and Van Dyke brown process.
Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts & Communication offers creative photography courses , both short term and regular modes. These photography courses are aimed at introducing the students to the world of professional photography. SACAC equips its students to translate their passion to a profession through this program. The curriculum is designed in such a way that students become much more refined both as individuals and as photographers.
Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts & Communication (SACAC) is an autonomous non-profit mass communication institute for creative learning in media arts and communication. Started in 2003 as a unit of Sri Aurobindo Society, Puducherry, SACAC is a multi-disciplinary institute with programmes in Advertising & Public Relations, Creative Photography, Film Production, Journalism and Sound Design. Located in the heart of South Delhi, in the sprawling green campus of the Delhi Branch of Sri Aurobindo Society, it has earned name and recognition as a centre for learning and excellence.
The applicants are required to have basic knowledge of Photography (Analog or Digital). Workshop fee is Rs.15, 000 (inclusive of all workshop materials). To apply, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Workshop Application: Darkman Techniques” as the subject line, and attach either a CV of a short biography of yours.