SatARTday: 3 Week Children’s Course

Invent alter ego characters for yourself and sculpt your own masks using clay, papier-mâché, paint and found materials with artist Ashleen Lewis at the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.

SatARTday: 3 Week Children’s Course

About SatARTday: 3 Week Children’s Course

Saturday 18 May - Saturday 1 June 2019

Alter Egos: The Making of the Mask
Ages 8 – 12

Invent alter ego characters for yourself and sculpt your own masks using clay, papier-mâché, paint and found materials.

Who teaches it?
Ashleen Lewis
Edinburgh based artist works with printmaking, collage, textiles and pop up paper sculpture.
Studied Fine Art at the University of Canada
Experienced workshop leader with children and adults with cognitive disabilities

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