[Epub] Maskwork: The Background, Making and Use of Masks By Jennifer Foreman – Tactical-player.co.uk

Maskwork: The Background, Making and Use of Masks Jenny Foreman S Book For Teachers And Practitioners Of Drama, Art, Design And Technology Grew Out Of A Research Bursary From The UK S National Society For Education In Art And Design They Received Her Report With Great Enthusiasm As One Of The Very Best Projectslikely To Make A Valuable And Useful Contribution To Both Specialist And Multi Disciplinary School And College Courses, As Well As To Adult Performing Groups The First Part Explains The Anthropology, Nature, Use And Meaning Of Masks Around The World, From Prehistory To Modern Times Richly Illustrated With Colour And Black And White Photographs, This Section Introduces The Ethical Implications Of Free Use Of Masks Which Have Ethnographical Connections An Important Aspect Completely Neglected Elsewhere The Second Part Comprises Eight Theme Workshops, Including Theory, Background And Instructions For Mask Making, Supplemented By Photographs Of Assembly And Use By Groups Of People From All Age Ranges Materials Are Inexpensive And Easy To Acquire, While Line Drawings Aid Step By Step Construction A Bibliography And Reference Section Helps Readers Go On To Even Greater Understanding This was a gift for my wife The cover was different from the one we saw at the library but she was still excited to get it. Not knowing what to expect I ordered this publication hoping for the best When I recieved it and looked through it I knew immediatly that my expectations would be than justified.Its diversity in historical content, application, instruction and quality of illustration is remarkable.As an artist for nearly 60 years, with a virtual library of books, I can honestly say that this is one publication that will be well used Jennifer is obviously a talented maskmaker, communicator and enthusiast Any on they way Great examples.

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