Join us in transforming flat, 2D paper into a unique 3D mask!
During this workshop, instructor Emma Knox will guide participants in creating a paper mask by utilizing several paper-manipulation techniques such as folding, scoring, water-forming, and curling. Participants will learn about how different kinds of papers create different textures and looks, with the goal leading to a wearable or decorative mask to take home.
This workshop is open to curious adults, teenagers and parent-children (5 to 12 years old) duos who wish to create a unique mask made out of paper! Parents-children duos will create a mask together and only need to register under a single ticket. No prior experience related to working with paper necessary.
All supplies are included.
A $5.00 discount is available for high school and university students. Please email a scanned copy of your student card to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the code for the discount.
Emma Knox is an emerging artist based out of Calgary. She specializes in the design and development of technical elements of theatre, where she found her love of mask making, costumes, make up special effects, scenic painting, props, and many other opportunities where she can be creative.