TINTYPE PHOTO STUDIO
Portrait photographer Keliy Anderson-Staley, known nationally for her work using the 19th-century wet-plate collodion tintype process, will make portraits of members of the Midtown Houston community using a tintype photo booth. Visitors can observe this historic photographic process and sit for a portrait. The event is part of Anderson-Staley’s public art project, Shelter in Place, that will be installed in a public space in late 2018.
This project is presented by DiverseWorks with additional support provided by the Houston Arts Alliance and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at the University of Houston.
Stay tuned for project updates and information about the sign-up process.