Mask making. What do we show? What do we see?



This is a pre-recorded event - you can go at your own pace!
(No live interaction available during the event.)

Mask making. What do we show? What do we see?

This experiential workshop is run by an art therapist and clinical social worker, for purposes of exploration, play and insight.

Please allow yourself 1-2 hours to complete this workshop.

When we say mask, we are not talking N-95, or anything that provides the protection we’ve been needing to avoid virus transmission. Please!

We are coming back to ourselves here. How we experience ourselves, and even how we experience ourselves in relation to others.

Come, have fun, and you can be as goofy or serious as your mask wants to be! (Inside or out)

All you need are the materials below, and please add or subtract whatever you’d like to have for your mask making project.

Make a Mask Materials

Base for mask: Paper plate or Face Form Mask



Water based Paint


Markers, pencils, pens, and crayons

Magazines with picture and words

Fabrics and textures

Color tissue, paper, ribbons, string, yarn, cotton balls, pebbles, sand….

(The materials list will be emailed to you as well.)

Sign up for this workshop today!
Cost: $55

You will have lifetime access to this pre-recorded workshop, so you can revisit it at any time!


I’m Mari Grande and I’m an experienced Art & Trauma therapist. Using art supplies you can find lying around the house as a soothing tool is easier than you would think (even playing with computer images can help!).

I’m sharing this special experience with you in workshop format so you can have a hands-on art experience that provides a break from the day-to-day stress of life.

  • No art experience required.
  • No judging your creations.
  • Just taking some time for YOU to create something that helps you express your feelings in a beautiful, creative way!