Pop-Up Masks with Matthew Reinhart

Ages
Grades K‑4
Date
Sat, Oct 20 | 1–3pm
Cost
SOLD OUT | $25 combo parent & youth members | $35 combo parent & youth non-members
Location
Learning Center

Designing a character is more than the internal, it is also about representing the character’s personality through costume. In Walt Disney’s TV series Zorro (1957), the lead character Don Diego de la Vega’s iconic mask plays a crucial role to visually represent his metamorphosis into his alter-ego swordsman. Join us for this workshop, in which author, illustrator, and paper engineer Matthew Reinhart will show you how to design a pop-up Halloween mask. Follow along step-by-step as you learn how to use colors and shapes to create a unique mask of your own.

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