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Venetian Volto Mask - Lesson Plan

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Published on Jul 8, 2012

The Italian word "volto" translates as "face". These full-face masks were known as "citizen's masks" because they were originally worn by common people during the Carnival of Venice. By draping acrylic felt over a reusable form and using Rice Paste (a gluten-free maché alternative) to stiffen, students create a sculptural mask that can be decorated with paint, glitter, feathers, rhinestones, and more. For more on this project, follow this link to Blick Art Materials http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans....

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