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Storytelling and Mask Making

All ages
$5 per person
  • About This Program

    Participants will learn about the importance and symbolism of masks in traditional African cultures through interactive mask-making. Teaching artist Carlo L’Chelle Dawson, "Mama Lo" will help participants create and design their own masks. Participants will engage in mask-making, songs, and interactives.

    This workshop is open to all ages and experience levels.

  • About The Teaching Artist

    First and foremost, Carlo L’Chelle Dawson is a wife and mother to two children (and one in heaven), but she is also a graduate of College of Charleston with a Masters of Ed. Curriculum & Instruction, Integrated Teaching Through the Arts. Carlo has been captivating audiences since the age of three and inspiring the youth for over a decade. As a teaching artist, Carlo teaches Language Arts, Journalism, and Creative Writing in a style that delights, inspires, and enlightens audiences and leads Creative Writing classes and workshops with groups of all ages. She is an author, a master storyteller, dramatist, arts integration specialist, motivational speaker, educator, and community activist who compels her audience through audience participation, enthusiasm, and engagement

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