Three of the most commonly carved and collected animal masks of the sky are the Huxwhakw, Crooked Beak of Heaven, and Raven. Raven had various important roles he played in the stories of the natives. For instance he brought sunlight to man and preformed other acts that man benefited from such as bringing them salmon. However he was also known to be quite the trickster and was often times a symbol of greed and gluttony. No matter the role, Raven made his presence known.
Raven boy, offers us a chance to imagine what clans may have seen the spirit of Raven reflected in them as. A personification of the qualities and roles the Raven played in day-to-day life for Pacific Northwest Natives. Insight can be found in the practice of admiring the significance natives found in the simplicities of nature
The Charles Over Mansion in Muncie, Indiana’s historic district provides an ideal setting for artistic retreat and study. The workshops are held at the Mansion or in the historic theatres and studio spaces of downtown Muncie.
Workshop participants are housed at The Mansion and other locations within the historic district all within walking distance of the workshop location, restaurants for dinner and Muncie’s quiet nightlife.
The Mansion at 825 East Washing Street is one of Muncie’s greatest architectural offerings. The beauty and handwork of the structure itself are an inspiration to its visitors.
Masks in Performance Teacher/Actor Training Workshop – June 22-26, 2020
A workshop for performers, students and teachers. Explore one of the most effective methods of actor training through Neutral, Larval and Character Half Mask. the mask tangibly reveals to the actor the intricacies of the art of performance, directing and an application of understandings to all styles of acting.
Mask Making: An Exploration of Expressive Form Workshop – June 16-19, 2020
This workshop explores the entire process and understandings necessary to create an expressive form, a mask that appears to change expression as it moves through space.
Each Workshop is $750 and includes lodging, breakfast and lunch for five days.
Early Bird Special - Save $150
Register before April 1, 2020 and receive the full of week of training, lodging and meals for only $600.
Flexible Payment Available
We recognize that even $600 can be a significant investment for theater practitioners and instructors, so we offer flexible payment plans. Reserve your spot today with only $200, and pay the remainder before the workshop begins. We also offer financial aid for qualified participants and grant submission support.
Contact Jonathan if you are interested.