All cultures have a history of mask making. In this workshop students learn to make masks using a variety of materials and techniques. Wendy teaches the value of masks as they are used by different cultural groups in ceremonies and festivals. Students observe examples from the Caribbean, Africa, Mexico and Asia. Incorporating a variety of geometric shapes, they learn to apply concepts of two and three-dimensional design. Students are left with the knowledge of how to transform themselves through visually engaging and powerful masks. This offering is one of the Diversity Engagement programs available. Material fee determined by project.