Let’s enjoy creating together all kinds of masks from varied and colorful materials. Cardboard plates, pipe cleaners, glitter and feathers. The oldest mask ever found is around 9000 years old. The tradition is rich and has a lot of meaning.
Masks help spark the child’s imagination and give the child the opportunity to step into other situations. Masks engage the imagination, stimulate play and promote social development and empathy. Masks are also a great way to connect children with characters in different stories.
The workshop is suitable for children and families. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. The workshop is a part of the series of events Family time on Saturdays sponsored by Kópavogur’s art and culture council.