Santa Reparata International School of Art Via San Gallo, 53r - Florence (Italy)
Photo-Mechanical and Digital Using the computer resources at the school, and the exposure tables and copy camera, Santa Reparata has been one of the first schools to move printmakers into alternative processes. Students and professional regularly use Solarplates, Zac*ryl , and ImageOn films to create intaglio plates.
Photography Darkroom has 5 Durst and 3 Omega enlargers, including large format Omega D-2, darkroom fully air conditioned with full ventilation and air exchange unit, island developing sink 1 x 2.5 meters. Production area has 6 film developing stations, large tables and counters, electric film dryer, electric RC paper dryer, 50cm X 180cm light table, 3 Dahle paper cutters, silver recovery unit, film processing area fully ventilated. Critique and production area suitable for up to 14 students. For further info write to Dr. Gloria Marco Munuera, Photography professor at SRISA Professor Simone Bacci, Photography professor at SRISA
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