M A S K E D @Moruya Showground Pavilion as part of Eurobodalla River of Art 2016

The project was a collaboration with local artist Toby Whitelaw and Anna Kearey and students from Moruya Primary School which culminated in an exhibition and performance for all ages.

The artists worked with the students to explore a range of mask-making styles and techniques over a four week period, with a focus on using recycled materials. The exhibition included live music and dance from Djembe Forte and hands-on mask-making activities.

A short film produced as part of the project, and shown during the exhibition, featured interviews with some of the students.

The local artists working with the students encouraged them to express their own creativity in the style and design of the masks, resulting in a diverse and colourful display.


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M A S K E D was proudly supported by