Cyanotypes by Dione Lee
Cyanotypes by Dione Lee. Photo: Xuan
Free, Workshop, Community Day

A Day in the Sun: Cyanotypes with Dione Lee

Saturday, April 22, 2023
11 am–2 pm
Free, advance registration required

Join artist Dione Lee on Earth Day for an art-making workshop exploring the medium of cyanotyping as a collaboration with the sun. Participants will experiment with the creative possibilities of transparency and opacity, light sensitivity and time. For visitors ages 16 and up. Previous experience is not necessary. Free as part of Community Day; advance registration is required. Workshop registration includes admission to the Museum. 

Dione Lee, Scales

Dione Lee, Scales

Dione Lee’s banner design, Scales, explores the tangled relationship between order and chaos in the creation of peace. Presented as a series of digitally-altered cyanotypes, the work juxtaposes human craft and machine generation as a reflection of entropy and control: two fundamental elements of peace and harmony. 

Learn more about the Artist Banners project

Dione Lee is a designer and artist from Singapore, currently based in New York City. Since graduating from the Maryland Institute College of Art (Interactive Arts, 2019), she has worked as a designer, creating computer-mediated work for various cross-disciplinary projects across print, digital, and experiential media. Alongside this, she pursues her artistic practice and has shown in exhibitions in Singapore, Los Angeles, Baltimore, and Rotterdam. @hellocargo | @studio.towers