Sunday, February 24 : 1 – 5 PM

The earliest form of ‘photography’ and use of a pinhole was the camera obscura (from Latin, meaning “dark room”: camera “(vaulted) chamber or room,” and obscura “darkened, dark”) In our digital projection world, obscuras are a great way to inflict wonder onto people of all ages. Take home your own unique little box of wonder after this hands-on workshop utilizing a few simple components and an ancient discovery. All equipment and materials provided by EPFC. Class limited to 9 participants.

Instructors: Beaux Mingus and Gina Napolitan | Tuition: $60/$48 EPFC Members

Your spot is confirmed when tuition is received online via PayPal or with cash/credit card in person during store hours (Saturday and Sunday noon – 5 pm).

Members, please contact us for your 20% off discount code. Not a member? Become one today!

EPFC Workshop Cancellation Policy:
Cancellation more than 7 days prior to class: full refund
Cancellation less than 7 days prior to class: class credit for a future session or workshop(s) of equal value.
Sorry, but EPFC is unable to give refunds or credits for same-day cancellations and workshop “no shows”.

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