The second build session for the Spring Maker In Residence program was action packed. The participants worked hard to finish making the forms of their masks using three main materials: cardboard, newsprint, and masking tape (four materials if you count a ton of staples).
During the build session it is not uncommon to hit a snag. Luckily Donovan Zimmerman, our Maker In Residence offered his advice and guidance, based on his many years of experience making the very same types of forms.
It was great watching the participant’s ideas come to life! Everyone worked hard to get their projects ready for the next phase: covering the entire thing in Papier-mâché! It is very exciting to know that each person is getting closer to completing their mask or puppet they created themselves.