Re: Research Question - Darkrooms closed?

From: Diana Bloomfield ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/09/04-07:22:32 AM Z
Message-id: <4691D229-19F6-11D9-A689-000A95DA8EE4@bellsouth.net>

Hi Mark,

It's McHenry County College in Crystal Lake. I was out there for the
"closing," as it's been up since early September, but it's still up
through today (Sat). Do you live nearby? I was really impressed with
the school, and again, their darkroom facilities are state of the art
and incredibly well-designed, all re-built in the last year.

Diana
On Saturday, October 9, 2004, at 01:11 AM, Ender100@aol.com wrote:

> What Community College was it?  Is the exhibit still up?
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> Mark Nelson
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> In a message dated 10/8/04 10:08:26 PM, dhbloomfield@bellsouth.net
> writes:
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> I just got back from spending a few days outside Chicago where I had an
> exhibit at a 2 year community college there--with beautiful brand new
> wet darkroom facilities--state of the art--really nice. They teach a
> lot of alt processes as well, and so have built in UV lights. It was
> all very impressive.  But here in Raleigh, the NC State University
> School of Design dismantled their wet darkroom some years ago (maybe
> 6?) and went digital.  Any student, Design or otherwise,  who wants to
> learn to make prints the old fashioned way has to come over to the NCSU
> Crafts Center  to do it..
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> Mark Nelson
> Purchase the book @
> www.PrecisionDigitalNegatives.com
> Credit Card & Paypal now accepted
> www.MarkINelsonPhoto.com
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Received on Sat Oct 9 07:22:55 2004

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