Plant Based Printing Processes II





Dates: July 23 - August 13            WAITLISTED pattern created from plants and photographic process to be demonstrated in class
Days/Times: Thursdays, 6:30pm - 8:30pm (EST)
Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Instructor: Anne Eder

Course description: In this sequel to Plant Based Printing we will go deeper into processes from the first session and explore anthotype printing in 3D and on other substrates, expanded chlorophyll printing, and combining lumen and phytogram printing with cyanotype and chemigram processes.  (4 classes)

Suggested Materials List:

All processes will need a dim room to coat emulsions using low tungsten light. For lumens, best in very low light or under a red safelight.

You will need the same items you used for the intro class with a couple additions. I am sure you probably have leftovers from the intro class.

Optional additional photographic chemistry:

One cyanotype chemistry kit

Also available here:


Chromoskedasic chemistry kit available here: (you will need parts A and B)

Note from the instructor: These kits do very different things. If you have questions please email me at

Feel free to purchase one or the other, or both. I will demonstrate use of both in combination with lumen printing. However, common household compounds such as salt, sugar, lemon juice, and other chemicals you have on hand may also be used to affect changes in texture and color. It depends on your budget and how deep into this you want to go!

Sodium thiosulphate crystals (old school photographic fixer) available here:

and here:

Course Fees: Free for Harvard College Undergraduate Students, $120 for Harvard Graduate Students, Harvard Employees and Adult Community.

  • Adult Community: General Public; Harvard alumni, fellows, Extension School students, and faculty/staff who are not TAP-eligible; students from universities other than Harvard
  • Harvard Employees eligible for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP): TAP regular (employees worked less than 15 years) and TAP long service (employees who worked 15 or more years at Harvard). Summer Session 1 will not be applying TAP.
  • Harvard College Undergraduate Students: Currently enrolled students at Harvard College. This does not include Harvard Extension School Undergraduate Students
  • Harvard Graduate Students: Currently enrolled students in a Harvard University Graduate Program. This does not include Harvard Extension School Graduate Students or Harvard University Doctoral Candidates. A list of approved schools offering graduate work can be found here.

Register online here!

For questions regarding course content, policies or materials, please contact Director, Kathy King at

For questions regarding registration, please contact Administrative Coordinator, Ji-Eun Kim at

Location: Zoom