Mask-Making from Nature
Jun. 17 2023
Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve 6123 State Route 350, Oregonia, OH, USA Open in Google Map
10:30 am– 12:30 pm

A wide variety of natural materials are made available plus participants can bring their own supplies. After viewing a diverse group of visual examples, we will speak briefly about using many sizes, shapes, and textures of objects which have personal significance to create a finished mask. These masks reflect the faces of Nature and do not reference Native mask making. This is a creative, fun, hands-on activity suited for participants from ages 8 through adult.

Instructor Pam Hall earned her B.F.A. degree from Columbus College of Art & Design in Fine Arts. She went on to receive an M.A. degree in art education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Since then she has taken many post-graduate and doctoral courses from Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati. Pam has taught art in the public schools for 26 years as well as one year for Warren County MRDD, and 3 years at the Cincinnati Waldolf School. She is currently the Program and Volunteer Manager at Fort Ancient.

$10 material fee. Pre-registration is required through: Here or by calling Fort Ancient at 513.932.4421 and ask for Pam Hall.

General site admission for non-members. Regular site admission: $7/Adults, $6/Children (6-17) & Seniors (60+), Under 5/Free.

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