Mask Making Workshop

Create a Mask inspired by Jason Wilsher-Mills

“Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth” Oscar Wilde
Join us at Lincoln Museum on Saturday 6th April to tell your own truth in this mask-making workshop!
Using cardboard and Masking tape, you will create your own mask to tell your own story.
All materials are provided.
Ages 5+ welcome, under 16’s must be supervised by an Adult

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What to expect:

This workshop is taking place in the Education suite at Lincoln Museum, accessible by lift and stairs. To find the Education Suite, enter the museum and walk forwards through the Gift Shop, turn left when you are in the Orientation Hall and go through the first door on the left. Head to the left of the space to find the lift and the stairs. The Education Suite is upstairs (on the lift level called Schools). 

This session will run from 10:30 and 12:30. You are welcome to take breaks as your require them.

 In this workshop you will be using scissors, glue sticks, cardboard and masking tape.

You will make a cardboard mask that you can take home.

This session is Beginner level and is appropriate for ages 5 and above, with support from an adult.

You may find this workshop tricky if you have difficulties with Fine Motor skills (for example, using scissors). As this workshop is family friendly, the space may be noisy, if you have difficulty with loud noises, we have noise cancelling head phones and fidget toys available. 

Here at Lincoln Museum and Usher Gallery, we welcome all participants; if you still aren’t sure whether this workshop is accessible for you or someone you care for, please email us at and we can discuss your access requirements.