Summer 2017 Workshop Schedule
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June 11-16 Nathan McCreery "The Black & White Process"
June 18-23 Christina Z. Anderson "Amazing Tri-Color Gum and Salted Paper"
June 25-30 Tim Layton "Paper Negative"
July 2-7 Sandy King "Carbon Printing with QTR Digital Negatives"
July 9-14 Quinn Jacobson "Wet Plate Collodion Ambrotypes, Salt & Albumen Prints"
July 9-14 Geir & Kate Jordahl "The Photographic Book"
Developing, preparing and executing content for publication
July 30- August 4 Jerry Spagnoli "Daguerreotype: A Contemporary Approach"
August 13-18 Steve Sherman "Power of Process"
August 27- Sept. 1 Elizabeth Opalenik "Mordançage"
September 3-8 Stephanie Slate "Alternative Process Photography Unleashed: Exploring Mixed Media Using Cyanotype and Van Dyke.
September 24-29th Luther Gerlach "Wet Plate Collodion Landscapes: Ambrotypes, Tintypes, and Negatives in the field"
Sign up early for discounts! Limited space available!
Save up to 25% off tuition
An early registration by the 30th of April 2017 qualifies for a 15% discount on your workshop tuition.
**Register and attend two classes consecutively and receive one night of your B&B stay free also receive a 10% discount off the second weeks tuition.
Remember our bring a friend Discount 10% is available when you both sign up for the same workshop
Ask Lynn about the Artist in Residency Program. Call Lynn at 406-544-8960 for more info and to sign up for workshops.
The Formulary Workshops have been created as a result of overwhelming requests from customers to fill a void in photographic education: photography workshops which include a broad range of the alternative processes.
Formulary Workshops offer such a broad range of alternative processes. Workshops include basic photo techniques, a classic, well equipped black and white darkroom as well as corresponding digital instruction.
The founders of the Workshops are Lynn and Bud Wilson, owners of The Photographers' Formulary, a chemical supply house for photographers world-wide. The workshops stem from their love of photography and the desire to keep the old techniques vital and growing.
We look forward to hearing from you. If you have a suggestion for a Workshop or if there is someone you would like to come and learn with here at Workshops in Montana we encourage you to write or call.
If you would like to be included in our Summer Workshops as an Instructor we would like to hear from you as well.
You can email our program director Lynn Wilson with your suggestions or Proposals. Lynn@workshopsinmt.com or call her at 406-544-8960