Clay: Masks

How have masks from around the world influenced the creation of your clay sculpture?

Program Description

Students explore the far-reaching traditions of making masks across a variety of cultures, with a focus on Indigenous masks of Canada. These masks inspire students to make their unique clay sculptures. 

Program Objectives

By the end of the Clay: Masks program, students will:

  • Use appropriate terminology related to ceramic arts.
  • Assess the historic and current uses of masks in society.
  • Demonstrate an ability to construct a clay mask using hand-building techniques.

Support Material

To enhance your pre and post-visit learning, please download the package for this program.

Booking Details

Grades K–8 (Half-Day)
Grades 4–12 (Full Day)

Available all year

Regular rate applies

Book a Class

Curriculum Connections

Program Categories

Onsite Program, Visual Arts & Contemporary Craft