Participants will learn to assemble a basic, moving-mouth hand puppet of their very own.
Fundamentals of assembly will be the primary focus, helping participants to develop skills that they can apply toward advanced crafting in the future. Areas of practice will include pattern tracing and cutting, foam cutting and gluing, basic mouth plate assembly, assembly of simple facial features, and the oh-so patient art of hand-stitching.
Sunday May 29th, 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
$100 registration plus $100 materials fee = $200 for the day.
Toronto School of Puppetry, Puppetmongers Studio. Unit W-23, 388 Carlaw Avenue, Toronto, Canada
Please contact Puppetmongers
or Visit: http://www.torontoschoolofpuppetry.com/beginner-mouth-puppet-construction/
The Toronto school of puppetry is dedicated to building and strengthening Canada’s puppetry culture through education, and by supporting the development of new work by emerging and established artists. It is for people from all walks of the arts who are interested in learning about and integrating puppetry into their artistic practice.
Find more puppetry workshops at: http://www.torontoschoolofpuppetry.com/workshop-schedule-april-may-2016/
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