ArtsVision Mask-Making
ArtsVision Mask-Making

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The art of Mask-Making has been passed down for thousands of years. This badge is awarded to students who take part in a workshop describing different ways and reasons for the wearing and making af masks. Students will be able to gain hand on expereince on the technique of designing and creating their own mask for wearing and for display.


ArtsVision Performing and Visual Arts


Badge Type: knowledge

Expected Duration: 2 hours


  1. [required] Participate in the workshop.
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