Saturday, November 22, 2014, 12:00 am

Celluloid Workshop with Richard Tuohy

Richard Tuohy In Person


Piers 15/17

San Francisco, CA 94111-1456

NOTE: This workshop is SOLD OUT. Please consider attending our  Richard Tuohy screening at 5pm after the workshop, rescheduled from Wednesday, November 19. ADMISSION IS FREE!

presented in association with Cinema Arts at The Exploratorium

Workshop included with regular museum admission. Availability for this program is limited to 25 participants. Please email cinemaarts@exploratorium.edu to sign up.

Cinematheque members can receive a $19 "Local Teacher / Student" price. Select when purchasing tickets online, or show your member card onsite. $19 also grants admission to the workshop and the Museum from 10am-5pm.

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Join Australian filmmaker Richard Tuohy for a hands-on film processing workshop. Using pre-shot samples, discover the chemistry and techniques needed to process your own 16mm color film. Through direct experimentation plus demonstrations of more complex elements, this intimate workshop will give you the full picture of color film’s path from shooting to screen.

Richard Tuohy is one of the most active experimental film artists working on celluloid in Australia. In addition to his prolific work as a filmmaker, Tuohy runs nanolab, a specialist small-gauge film processing lab, and promotes filmmaking education through his Artist Film Workshop, serving as a central figure in a thriving movement of collaborative, artist-run film labs.