The Juneau-Douglas City Museum is taking registration applications for a mask-making class with Roblin Gray-Davis. Students will use plaster strips, papier maché, clay and paint to create theatrical masks that cover the upper half of the face. With the masks, student will be able to create unique characters.
"Character masks are the most enjoyable and versatile,"said Gray-Davis. "You can be anyone you've ever wanted to be. Come meet your alter ego."
The class is open to students age 12 and older and will be held on Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m. from Feb. 8 to Mar. 8. Space is limited, early registration is recommended. Details: Jane Lindsey, 586-3572
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