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Intro Film Processing
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Intro Film Processing

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Workshop Dates: 

  • Saturday, October 29th, 11-2pm


Learn how to process your own black and white negative film. We will cover how the process works, what steps and chemicals are involved and then process your film together. No prerequisites or previous experience required, just be sure to bring a roll of black and white film you’ve already shot with you. The cost of the workshop includes all of the chemicals and materials for processing. 

Students will leave this workshop with one roll of negatives processed during the workshop, a clear understanding of the steps and chemicals involved and a handout outlining the process for future reference. 

Required Materials: Students should bring one roll of exposed black and white 35mm film with them to this workshop (how to shoot with your 35mm camera is covered in a separate workshop). 120 or 220 film is also acceptable but please bring your own negative sleeves. 

*Due to COVID-19, we are requiring all workshop participants and instructors to wear N95 or KN95 masks. Please bring your own - If you do not have one, we will have some available in the studio as well.


Provided: All chemicals required for processing will be provided as well as negative sleeves for 35mm film (included in materials fee.) For those students bringing 120 or 220 film to process please plan to bring your own negative sleeves (something to protect your finished negatives once they are developed.)

Note: This workshop goes over film processing only. How to shoot with your film camera and how to print your negatives in the darkroom are covered in separate workshops.


Instructor Bio:

Sally Bozzuto is an artist, educator, and creativity coach with specialization in lens-based arts, installation, social practice, and sound. She holds a masters degree in photography, video and related media from the School of Visual Arts in New York City and has over a decade of experience teaching at some of the top art institutions in the country including the Rhode Island School of Design, School of Visual Arts, and International Center for Photography among others. She is passionate about the intersection of art, science, and activism and helping others integrate meaningful creative expression into their daily lives. Please visit her website for more information. 

Image Credit: The photos on this listing are by Sally Bozzuto 


Waitlist: Is the workshop sold out? if you'd like to be added to a wait list, contact our education manager at and they will contact you if a spot opens or if this workshop is offered again.

Scholarships & Discounts: AS220 Industries offers needs-based scholarships as well as discounted spots for BIPoC, Emerging Members, and Industries Monthly Members. We believe that everyone deserves access to arts education, and focus on centering marginalized communities and those who have had barriers accessing these resources. If you'd like to apply for a scholarship or use a discount, find more details HERE.

Location: The AS220 Industries Darkroom is located at the 115 Empire Street, Providence, Rhode Island on the 2ndst floor. 

Parking: There is a 2-hour metered on-street parking available, and parking is free on Sundays. We are also located near a parking garage with entry on Washington Street, look for the big blue parking sign.

Important Workshop Policies. Please be as respectful of the short time you and the other participants have to learn and be as on time as possible. If you arrive more than half an hour late, we will not be able to teach you. Please plan ahead, it always takes time to find on-street parking. 

Refund Policy: To cancel your reservation must email at least two weeks in advance, or risk losing your payment.

Cancellation of workshops. If the minimum number is not met in workshop enrollment, the teacher may opt to cancel the workshop. If this is the case, we will give a full refund of workshop payment and first choice to enroll in future workshops. We will attempt to give as much notice as possible, thank you for your understanding.

QUESTIONS:   Contact Industries Staff at or by phone at  (401) 831-9327 x152