Museum Socials: Solargraphy pinhole camera workshop

Including Turner exhibition tour

Monthly Socials


Tuesday 23 July


Solargraphy is the art of long exposure that captures the image of the sun moving across the sky. These exposures can last for days, months, even years! 

You’ll learn how to make a pinhole camera with just a beer can, photographic paper and gaffer tape! No previous experience necessary. 

The session will include also include an informal tour of the Turner: Art, Industry & Nostalgia exhibition.

There’ll be free tea, coffee and refreshments too!

Museum Socials is part of Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums warm welcome and social perscribing offer. Socialising and connecting with others is important. Going to a museum and meeting new people can make you feel happier and healthier. It can also improve your mental health and wellbeing. 


This session is free but booking is required. *This event is now FULLY BOOKED* 

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10.30am - 12.30pm