Mask Making (April 28)


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Instructor: 
Paula Feiner
SKU: 192-5695
Price: $75.00

Masks originated millennia ago and have been used in thousands of ways by many different cultures through history and have been used for rituals, ceremonies, hunting, feasts, wars, performances, theater, fashion, and more. Masks are 3-dimensional sculptural objects that reflect ancient and present-day cultures. In this workshop you will use exaggeration, repetition of shapes, design and color, and your imagination to create a mask influenced by different cultures. Using additive techniques, you will build a sculptural mask with plaster cloth, cardboard, paint and found objects. Participants must bring: scissors, hot glue gun, hot glue sticks.

Year: 
2019
Term: 
Spring
Date(s): 
April 28, 2019
Days: 
Sunday
Start Time: 
10:00 AM
End Time: 
1:00 PM
New Class
Length: 
3 hours
Period: 
Weekend
Number of Sessions: 
1
Max Class Size: 
12
Age: 
Adults & Teens 16+
Level: 
All
Status: 
Active