This Cyanotype workshop will be on during the

iam (Island Artists & Makers) Arts Trail,

which includes: open studios, exhibitions, workshops and social events on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), 11 – 14 August.

Unleash Your Creativity: Exploring Cyanotype Printing

Contact me for 20% off car ferry

Date: Sunday 13 August 2023

Time: 12:30 – 3:30pm



Point Lookout Community Hall

84 Dixon Way, 

Mulumba (Point Lookout), Qld 4184

Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island)


Price: $147.00

Participants: 6 – 10

Suitable for beginners, adults and teenagers 15+



Book this workshop

Discover the world of cyanotype

Dive into cyanotype history and gain skills to continue exploring this captivating art form at home.

In this immersive 3-hour workshop create your own personalised cyanotypes on cotton and paper, using plants, found objects, and sunlight. Keep your unique prints as cherished artwork or as gifts to someone special. 

What’s Included:

  • All Materials Provided: cyanotype supplies, paper, fabric, plant samples, and variety of objects. Bring your own small objects for a personal touch.
  • Step-by-step Guidance: I will take you through the process from mixing and applying the light-sensitive solution to various coating techniques, composition, exposure, fixing, and exploring other uses of cyanotype.

Join us on this artistic journey, where you’ll embrace the wonders of cyanotype and unlock your inner creativity. Don’t miss this opportunity to create one-of-a-kind prints and learn how to keep making photographs without a camera at home.

Suitable for beginners, adults and teenagers 15+

Only 10 spots available, so secure your place now!

*You can also book a private workshop at home or as a team building activity at work. Contact me so we can have a chat about your own party or a corporate experience.

About Renata: 

Dr Renata Buziak is a biochrome photo-media artist, researcher, and educator. With a focus on plant life and helping people to reconnect with nature, her captivating artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally.

Renata holds a PhD from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. Her art has received several awards and is featured in private and public collections, as well as on ABC TV’s Gardening Australia.

In 2022, Renata was the first Artist-in-Residence at Binna Burra in Queensland. Her exceptional talent and dedication to capturing the beauty of nature continue to inspire audiences worldwide.

Reflections on Cyanotype workshop with Renata Buziak by Gabby Mactaggart.

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