Masks are often symbolic and can represent supernatural beings, ancestors, or imagined figures. They have the potential to speak to us, creators, in their own language. Masks can hide secrets, convey emotions, or tell stories. Are we ready to listen to their massages?
In this playful workshop, we will guide you through an expressive arts process of creating a cardboard/paperboard mask. Then, we will engage in conversations with our masks to listen to their emerging stories. Finally, we will share our discoveries and reflect on their possible meanings.
This online expressive arts workshop is for everyone, who would like to explore simple resources for facilitation and/or find new ways of playing with the arts.
- 5 May 2020, 6-8pm (CET)
- 26 May 2020, 6-8pm (CET)
Number of participants in each meeting: 6 spots available
Theme: Explorations into MASK-MAKING
Admission: 5 eur
Materials: pencils, pens, sharpies, scissors, glue, pieces of coloured paper (e.g. origami paper), acrylic paints, brushes, cardboard/paperboard (preferably recycled)
See you online!