UA and UNL Students Come to AI for Wet Plate Workshop


This past weekend, photography graduate students from the University of Arizona and University of Nebraska-Lincoln made a special trip to Art Intersection to learn wet plate collodion techniques from our resident artist, David Emitt Adams.

Grants furnished by both universities funded the workshop to assist students in learning techniques that are not part of their normal curriculum.

The workshop was a success with several of the students going back to school with a solid foundation of the process so that they can continue to experiment with wet plate collodion at their respective campuses.

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UA and UNL Attend AI for Wet Plate Workshop

UA and UNL Attend AI for Wet Plate Workshop

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