Wet Plate Collodion Workshop With Keliy Anderson Staley

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Wet Plate Collodion Workshop With Keliy Anderson Staley
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Society for Photographic Education says
Join us for this rare opportunity to work directly with world-renowned artist Keliy Anderson-Staley. The tintype process is incredibly fascinating. The result is a milky, almost haunting, looking surface that elicits timelessness despite its contemporary context. Registrants will learn first-hand how tintypes are made and will leave with their very own tintype!

All materials and equipment will be provided. Lunch is included in the price of the ticket.

$225 / members, $350 / not yet members
Space is limited, register early to reserve your spot.
Visit spenational.org/hyphenamericans to learn more.

Keliy Anderson-Staley is a Texas-based artist. She is internationally known for her portrait work in the 19th century wet-plate collodion tintype process, of which she has worked with for more than 11 years. She holds a BA from Hampshire College in Massachusetts and an MFA from Hunter College in New York. Major exhibitions include shows at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C., the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Akron Art Museum, and the Houston Center for Photography. Anderson-Staley was a 2008 New York Foundation for the Arts Photography Fellow. She currently lives in Houston, TX, where she is an Assistant Professor at the University of Houston. Her work is represented by Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago. She recently published a book of her tintype portraits under the title, "On a Wet Bough," with Waltz Books.

"[Hyphen] Americans" is made possible, in part, through the generous support of The Joy Family Legacy Foundation, Bostick & Sullivan, and the Future Focus Campaign.
www.bostick-sullivan.com | 505-474-0890
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By: Society for Photographic Education

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