TINTYPE JEWELRY

Metals Instructor: Rachel Shimpock

Photography Instructor: Rizzhel Javier

WorkshoPS

Tin it + Pin it

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

Learn to develop color film (or any c-41 type film) with basic color developing chemistry.  Utilize our DIY Darkroom so that you can process your film without the worry of materials, equipment or disposal!  This is an introductory course designed for participants with no prior film processing experience, but we welcome photographers of all levels to join us for the chance to have a fun afternoon of film developing and food. 

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Rachel Shimpock is a jewelry and metals artist from Huntington Beach, CA. She keeps the tradition of metal smithing alive by providing workshops to a community that welcomes a do-it-yourself kind of maker.  Her ability and broad knowledge of techniques will give you the basic skills you need to create a wearable piece of jewelry.  Her sharp witty humor and enthusiasm for metal, will have you returning for more!

www.rachelshimpock.com

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Rizzhel Javier is an artist and educator from Southern California and the Founder of Bridge.  She is an advocate for arts education and uses Bridge as a vehicle to bring visual arts into the community. Rizzhel loves photography and her personal work exist in sculptural forms that explore memory, human interaction and relationships.  Her work is exhibited locally and she was recently nominated as Emerging Artist for the 2017 San Diego Art Prize.

www.rizzheljavier.com

YUMA Metals Symposium, March 2016

YUMA Metals Symposium, March 2016