Individuals with prior darkroom experience can become members to work on their film and prints, starting at $30/month.
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 →
Come celebrate the conclusion of our first ever membership drive month with a night of revelry and nerdy photo fun at The Crow and Quill. $5 at the door to keep The Asheville Darkroom open to the community. — Come dressed as your favorite photograph or photographer to win prizes! — Win goodies from local businesses in our raffle! —… Read more →
Congrats to our Student Workshop Lottery Winners! Francesca Clifford, Warren Wilson College Sasha Lieberman, Blue Ridge Community College Thomas McCampbell, Warren Wilson College Joseph Bolado, AB Tech Community College Check back in January when we will have another drawing for a free workshop for the spring 2015 semester. This opportunity is open to all college students in the Asheville region, with… Read more →
Thanks to the efforts of Harry Burris and Amelia Smith, we will begin offering Color Print memberships in September! Our Fujimoto CP-51 is capable of making prints of 20″ wide. See the updated Memberships page for details. http://youtu.be/ynbkf8YDNik?list=UU4PqZEYRqqO6kSNaVQStSBg
We are closer than ever to bringing back our color facilities! But first, we need to hear from the community on how to best schedule and plan for our offerings. Please take a few minutes if you have any interest at all in working with color film and/or printing… Survey for Analog Color Photographers
As of June 30, 2014, The Asheville Darkroom is officially a 501c3 non-profit organization! We will be able to accept tax-deductible donations, offer Supporting Memberships, and apply for operational grants to further our mission in the Western North Carolina region. Come celebrate this great news with us this weekend, at our Silverspace reception for Amelia Smith‘s pinhole photography show! Saturday… Read more →
Come play with some chemistry and explore darkroom processes in this fun workshop on Saturday May 31! Darkroom experience is helpful but not necessary. We will run without an enrollment minimum for this session. Learn more on our Workshops page.