Last Friday and Saturday, Bridget, Ken, Scott, and Daniel made the first major step in our expansion of moving our color facilities into our new space. Our three color enlargers, along with our color processor, now sit in the back of our new space, protected by a curtain from dim light. Working members have already been printing in the new… Read more →
It’s hard to believe it has been a whole year since we began to offer Supporting Memberships as a 501c3 non-profit. We have so greatly appreciated the support we have received from the community, as we continue to be funded solely on the donations of our Working and Supporting Memberships, and the fundraising events we have held over the years…. Read more →
We are excited to announce that we will be taking over the building’s current closet storage area, along with a studio beyond that, which will nearly triple the space of the darkroom. This will eventually create multiple spaces to work, allowing more members to do various processes at once, as well as growing our classroom to be able to expand the types… Read more →
We’ve got a big weekend coming up! Join us on Saturday and Sunday, May 9 and 10 for the River Arts District’s Studio Stroll weekend. We will be open both days from noon until 6pm. — For NEW Working Members: sign up for an orientation during Stroll and receive $5 off your first month’s Working Membership. — Watch some experimental… Read more →
“Peanut Butter Perm” Experimental darkroom works by Conner Adams, Bridget Conn, and Jason Scott Furr Harvest Records, 415 Haywood Road Opening night Friday March 6, 6-8pm On view through April 29 Join our opening event on Facebook An art show concerning: Condiments Chemistry Digital to analog Funny smells Unorthodox procedures Doing bad things to photo paper Thank you to Harvest… Read more →
Congratulations to these four college students who will participate in a free workshop this semester: Trussell Giles, Blue Ridge Community College Savanah Seevers, Blue Ridge Community College Isabella Eala, AB Tech Community College John Ellwood, Blue Ridge Community College Learn more about this opportunity here, and we will see you again in August when we select four new students for… Read more →
We are thrilled to announce our upcoming Silverized Chromo Printing Workshop with modern master Alan Bean. Chromoskedasic Sabattier is a process in which silver and color is derived from BW photo paper — a wonderful balance between mastering a technique and submitting to pure luck. “I started working with Chromoskedasic print making in 1991 and View Camera Magazine printed my painting… Read more →
College students are eligible to win a free workshop through May 2015. A brief registration gets you in the running — the deadline to sign up is Friday January 23rd. Learn more details and sign up here.
Please join us this Saturday to celebrate the works of ten regional artists! And learn more about Silverspace on this page.
Pennsylvania artist Priscilla Smith will travel to Asheville for the opening reception of “Cautionary Tales”, Saturday November 1 from 6-9pm. “It seems to me these images were created as expressions of, and responses to this experience now common to many, that of starting over. Personal possessions evaluated for future usefulness, boxes gain crucial titles, and old haunts and friendships give… Read more →