Learn the wonders of black and white darkroom photography in SFAI’s iconic photography department. This course is for beginners to intermediate students to learn the basics of traditional film photography and darkroom printing or to hone their skills. This course will introduce black and white film shooting, hand film development and darkroom silver gelatin printing. Students will leave the course with a series of prints of their own making. It is recommended that students already be mostly familiar with the manual settings of a film camera, however this information will be briefly covered.
Dana Morrison lives and works in San Francisco, California. She obtained her MFA in Studio Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2016, and her BFA in Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2010. Dana has been recognized through a number of grants and awards during her career, including the June Brundage Cater Fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center, the Anne Bremer Foundation Award though SFAI and the Murphy and Cadogan Contemporary Arts Award through SOMArts Cultural Center and the San Francisco Foundation.
Dana works primarily in sculpture, performance and both traditional and digital photography. She grew up in central Pennsylvania and was gifted her first camera at age 12.View Gallery »