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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

<cite>Carnegie International</cite> Curator Ingrid Schaffner introduces the workshop in Silver Eye Center for Photography’s main gallery.

<cite>Carnegie International</cite> 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.

<cite>Carnegie International</cite> 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.