Learn basic mask making skills in this five-session workshop with Leslie K. Gray! We will learn about the significance of masks in other cultures and some of the stories and spiritual meaning behind important characters. Each participant will build their own mask and develop that character’s individual story then participate in a culminating performance.
When: Tuesdays, 3:30 – 5:00 pm
October 1 – 22nd
Performance on October 25th
Where: Center for the Arts Eagle Rock
2225 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Cost: $200, all materials included
To sign up for a Family Membership, please visit: cfaer.org/familymembership
Please note: Workshop fees are refundable up to 2 weeks prior to start date and are subject to a 20% administrative fee.
Call 323-561-3044 x221
Free – $14
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