With the ubiquity of the digital camera our lives are increasingly represented publicly in the images we make of them. However this public representation of ourselves increasingly becomes the basis for our own understanding of who we are. By exploring how we make an image in the camera obscura and using pinhole cameras, we can also reflect on how we came to make the image we have of ourselves. 

With Dr Troy Vine and Alasdair Gordon

Friday 11am – 1pm, or 2pm - 4pm

Saturday, Sunday, Monday 11am – 1pm

£20 (£10 Teenage Skill-Up) Session size – 10

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4wPwhUeYoQ

Please note:  the camera obscura is not suitable for wheelchair users. 


Alasdair Gordon has been teaching for 30 years in Waldorf and mainstream establishments. He has developed an embedded curriculum for transformative learning based on Goethe’s morphological method. He is currently teaching craft and science at Cotswold Chine School and is a faculty member of the RMT Goethean Science Programme.

Troy Vine completed a PhD in particle physics at University College London before moving to Germany. He is currently doing a PhD in philosophy at Humboldt University of Berlin. He is also an Associate Researcher at the Field Centre and a core faculty member of the RMT Goethean Science Programme.

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Image Making Friday 11-1 Adult

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Image Making Friday 2-4pm Adult

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Image Making Saturday 11-1 Adult

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Image Making Sunday 11-1 Adult

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Image Making Monday 11-1 Adult

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Image Making Monday 11-1 Teenage

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