Holography WorkshopsPublishing Notes
Updated 1 JAN 2015
Frank DeFreitas, Holographer
Still going strong after 32 years of holography:
Exhibiting at a 2014 Maker Faire in Scranton, PA
HOLOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS: Not everyone needs a holography workshop. Some people can just start on their own. Others, however, prefer to work hand in hand with an experienced instructor. Several times a year I offer a 2 hour introductory workshop at a very reasonable $35 per student fee, plus $12 for materials. In this hands-on workshop, you will make a single-beam, white light reflection display hologram on an archival quality, gelatin silver glass plate (not cheap film). All of my workshops also include a reference CDROM filled with holography instructional information (how to make holograms; darkroom chemistry formulas; computer-generated holograms; color holography; and more). Class / lab size is limited to one to four students. An adult must attend with any student under 18 years of age, however there is no additional fee. Contact me for more information on when the next class will take place (see telephone and email link below).
About My Work in Holography:My past clients include: The Smithsonian Institution, Wash. D.C. (The Hirshhorn Museum & Ripley Education Center); The Franklin Institute, Phila; Stevens Institute of Technology; Liberty Science Center, NJ; The Discovery Center of Science and Technology, PA; Lehigh University Physics Dept.; University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology; California Institute of Technology; Northampton Commmunity College; Lehigh-Carbon Community College; Allentown Art Museum; Rodale Press; WFMZ-TV; NASA / Northrop Grumman; Georgian Court University Physics Dept.; AT&T; Lucent Technologies; U.S. Navy; Fuji Film Corp.; Dupont; the Urban Systemic Initiative (NSF); and many elementary, middle and high schools. National Science Foundation-funded programs; scouts; home school groups; corporate events; birthday parties; and teaching the first online class for holography, with America On Line, in 1995.
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