$200.00 inc. GST

2024 Summer School

Lecturers: Cassie Thring & Rosina Possingham
Thu 18 Jan
10.00am – 4.00pm
Level – Beginner onwards


In this 1-day workshop, join artists Rosina Possingham and Cassie Thring and explore the fun process of cyanotype printmaking. Learn how to prep paper and fabric, construct negatives from a variety of media, and then develop the prints, using the sun and light box. Be mesmerised as you wash out the print, watching the deep blues and white appear before your eyes. A short presentation of how the artists use this process in their own practices and the history of cyanotype printing will be included. A fun day to explore your creativity in a playful way, and to extend your visual vocabulary. Participants are encouraged to bring along any objects or plants to print with, as well as their own lunch, closed in shoes and an apron please.


All materials, paper, chemicals, brushes etc will be provided.


Cassie Thring is a multidisciplinary artist living and working on Kaurna Land. Often working with ceramics, she creates sculptural and functional forms, and runs community workshops that explore the versatility and joy of clay.


Rosina Possingham is an early-career multi-disciplinary artist who is motivated to challenge, and rediscover the way people experience the landscape and environment. Her evolving practice forefronts collaborative processes and digital strategies with a focus on ecological systems and dynamic image making. Her work is focussed on our human relationship with the natural world through notions of place and the local. Rosina completed her Masters-Visual Art and Design at the University of South Australia, 2016 and recently directed Herding Caterpillars, a play turned into extended reality using VR technology for Nature Festival.

Rosina is a current studio member of Floating Goose Studios.



Image Credit:

Rosina Possingham, Cyanotype

Cassie Thring, Cyanotype

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