Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Baltimore Ceramic Mask Making Residency
This is definately an exciting opportunity. I am working with an awesome art teacher and students to create "self portrait" masks. I have 4 days with the students, day 1 we worked with clay to cast faces, day two we shared a cool presentation on mask history and current uses from all over the world. We then created unique surface designs for our masks. Here are some pics from the first two of four workshops.
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Labels: AIE, ancestor, art, art and literacy, art education, art project, Caryl Henry, Caryl Henry Alexander, children’s art, mask making, maskmaking, Masks, students, teaching artist, visual artist, YAMD
Sunday, November 1, 2009
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