Masks- Class Work 

Mask-Maker​​

*learn how to use materials such as paper, plastic, wire, cheese cloth, sculpt or coat, and unconventional items to create masks

College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati



Photos: Nik Robalino

Materials: Sculpt or coat, cheese cloth, plastic toy jacks and babies, and foam

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Materials: Sculpt or coat, cheese cloth, plastic toy jacks and babies, and foam

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Materials: Sculpt or coat, cheese cloth, plastic toy jacks and babies, and foam

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Materials: store-bought mask, foam, aquarium beads, and rhinestones

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Materials: store-bought mask, foam, aquarium beads, and rhinestones

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Materials: store-bought mask, foam, aquarium beads, and rhinestones

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Materials: store-bought mask, foam, aquarium beads, and rhinestones

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Materials: store-bought base, fake foliage, kitchen sink mats, wire, and rubber nose piece

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Materials: store-bought base, fake foliage, kitchen sink mats, wire, and rubber nose piece

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Materials: store-bought base, fake foliage, kitchen sink mats, wire, and rubber nose piece

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Constructed entirely from paper

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Constructed entirely from paper

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Constructed entirely from paper

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Materials: store-bought mask, pantyhose, batting, and model magic

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Materials: store-bought mask, pantyhose, batting, and model magic

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Materials: store-bought mask, pantyhose, batting, and model magic

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