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Join our very own Art Encounter Teaching Artist Ms. Yadi on Zoom over winter break for two fun mask-making art camps! Each week, we'll explore the mask theme in creative ways: Character & Animal Masks in Session One, Superheroes & Villains in Session Two. We will provide your art supply kit before the first class, and Ms. Yadi will show you amazing masks from around the world, then help you use a variety of fun art materials to create your very own. On the final day of each session, you will use what you've learned about masks from Ms. Yadi to decorate a beautiful linen facemask for yourself or a loved one. You'll definitely want to wear your creation around town!

For ages 9-14 years old. Scholarships are available.
SESSION ONE: Character and Animal Masks
When: Mon- Wed, Dec 21, 22, and 23, 2:00- 3:30 pm
Where: Meet us on Zoom!

SESSION TWO: Superhero and Villain Masks
When: Mon- Wed, Dec 28, 29, and 30, 2:00- 3:30 pm
Where: Meet us on Zoom!

Price: $100 per session, $180 for both sessions
Scholarships are available.
Email leslie@artencounter.org to sign up or learn more!
All participants will receive supply kits, including blank masks for decorating!
Ms. Yadi has been a teaching artist for Art Encounter since 1998. She has taught after-school programs with District 65, Y.O.U. and in dozens of our Evanston and Chicago Public School in-school programs. As a painter and sculptor in various media, she likes to take risks by mixing materials that might not otherwise be considered companions. She has sold hundreds of artworks, including commissions for corporate clients, public art, residential clients and private collectors. She owned a Popup Gallery at the Andersonville Galleria from 2007 – 2011, as well as YadiArt Spot Gallery in Evanston from 2008-2010, which represented six other artists. She's been teaching on Zoom since March, and is looking forward to this winter camp!
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We believe that art should be accessible for everyone. Our mission is to educate, empower, and connect people of all ages and backgrounds though interactive encounters with art. We take members into artists’ studios and private collections, leading conversations that connect them with the art and with one another. Our outreach programs bring enriching art experiences to ten times as many, in the public schools and in senior residences. And our murals transform the walls and the lives of the whole community.