Saturday 21st February, 10am - 1pm & Sunday 22nd February, 1pm - 4pm.
Suitability: 7-11 YRS
One of the easiest and safest ways to view the Sun – eclipsed and uneclipsed – is to project its image on a screen using a pinhole camera or a pinhole projector.In this workshop, kids will begin by building a variety of different sizes of cameras pinhole cameras using materials from household objects such as coffee tins, shoe boxes and sweets tins.
With a quick look at the black and white darkroom technique, each participant will find a place to place their camera and take their picture before we display these images in a mini exhibition. Solar paper requires no chemicals, just creative imagination to produce a unique piece of photographic art.
This is one of a number of events to celebrate the International Year of Light 2015. iyl2015.org.uk.
Event is part of the N. Ireland Science Festival