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Carnegie Int’l
57th ed., 2018

Carnegie Museum of Art
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Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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Tam O’ Shanter Drawing Session: Pittsburgh Photograms

29 Jun 2017

[No. 11] Drawing Pittsburgh with light

Conducted by Ashley McNelis, Curatorial Assistant, Carnegie International, 57th ed., 2018 at the Silver Eye Center for Photography, 4808 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Curator Ingrid Schaffner introduces the workshop in Silver Eye Center for Photography’s main gallery.

Curatorial Assistant Ashley McNelis presents a slide show to the participants seated around two long tables.

Two of the participants seated around a table examine a piece of paper in a participants hand.

Participants around a table reach in the middle to grab paper, ribbons, tulle and pre-cut shapes to make photograms.

Close up of a participant holding something with both hands, scissors on table.

Associate Curator Liz Park placing a photogram by the window to expose to light.

Close up of a couple of photograms made of feathers, a necklace, rhinestones, an earring, beads, and artificial plants being exposed to light.

A participant makes a photogram with a brush, a feather, tulle, and artificial plants.

David Oresick, Executive Director of Silver Eye Center for Photography, speaks to a group of participants looking at framed photographs on the wall.

Close up of photograms being washed in a print washer.

A participant holds up a photogram with a paper cut out of a factory used in making the photogram.

A participant holds up a completed photogram.