I recently had the privilege of participating in an unforgettable Erasmus+ training course in the charming town of Dobczyce, Poland. From October 13th to 22nd, I embarked on a creative journey that enriched my artistic palette in ways I never could have imagined.
The heart of this experience was dedicated to artistic workshops that sparked my passion for photography and upcycling. We dove headfirst into the world of pinhole cameras, breathing life into these DIY creations, using only cans and cardboard. The sheer magic of capturing images through these unique cameras was a revelation in itself.
One of the most interesting aspects of the project was the exploration of the cyanotype printing process. This mesmerizing technique seamlessly intertwined tradition with innovation, allowing us to experiment with both analog and digital methods. It was a fusion of art and science that left a lasting impression on all of us.
But our artistic pursuits weren't confined to the workshop walls. We ventured outdoors, engaging in pinhole photography experiments against the backdrop of stunning landscapes and embarking on an exciting photo quest through the picturesque streets of Kraków. These outdoor activities added a social dimension to our art, fostering connections and shared experiences that made our journey all the more meaningful.
I'm deeply grateful to the dedicated organizers and the incredible group of participants who made this Erasmus+ training a transformative experience. The memories we've created and the skills we've acquired have left an indelible mark on me.
As I look ahead, I'm eager to apply my newfound knowledge and skills to future creative endeavors. This project has not only expanded my artistic repertoire but has also allowed me to connect with like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds, creating a tapestry of inspiration that will continue to shape my creative path.
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