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Join paper artist and printmaker Ellen Schlobohm in this fun, hands-on introduction to making prints using sunlight for children.

Sun prints are created by exposing paper coated with a UV-sensitive solution to ultraviolet light to produce a cyan-blue print. A great opportunity to enjoy a slow making process and connect with nature. 

In this workshop, children will use pre-coated paper, dried botanicals, and the power of the sun to make their own beautiful A5 prints. 

Ellen will provide everything you need for the workshop but you may want to wear sunscreen and a hat as we’ll be spending some time in the sun. Bring layers too as the Tanunda Soldiers’ Memorial Hall can get chilly in the winter. 


Ellen Schlobohm is a paper artist, printmaker and designer living and working on Kaurna Country. Her practice is driven by an interest in slow making processes and their meditative qualities. Influenced by flora and fauna, her cyanotypes and papercuts invite viewers to take a closer look at both the artwork and their own natural surroundings. Ellen enjoys teaching workshops as a way to share her creativity and connect with community and has developed strong curatorial skills through her work with Tutti Arts, a multi-arts organisation that supports disabled artists. 

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