Thursday, March 17, 2011
Tsam mask making fun
In conjunction with the Hamtdaa:Together exhibition at Artisphere, master Mongolian mask-making artist Natsag Gankhuyag will be leading Tsam mask-making classes at Artisphere. Natsag Gankhuyag created the Tsam masks and costumes shown in the Hamtdaa:Together exhibition. The mask-making classes will take place on Saturday and Sunday, Apr. 2 & 3, 2-5pm (for persons ages 15 and older) and on Sat., Apr. 9, 2-5pm (for persons ages 6 to 14). The cost of the class is $25 person. Register here.
Artisphere's WIP gallery currently features materials and documentation on making Tsam masks and costumes. This Sunday at 2pm the gallery will feature the building of a ger, a portable dwelling structure that Mongolian nomads traditionally used. Next time you go camping, impress your friends by erecting a ger!
Posted by Douglas Galbi at 9:32 PM
Labels: ARTISPHERE, Mongolia, Tsam
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