A person in the museum holds a black mask in front of their face. The mask is decorated with orange, red, and yellow plastic jewels and small ornamental fall leaves.

Halloween Maskmaking

Holidays

Adults, Children

Masks have been a part of many cultures throughout history. They are useful for hiding identities, but also for inciting fear or awe or other emotions. Sighted people tend to depend on the visual for their effects, but textures and shapes can convey emotions as well. Museum staff will guide participants of all ages and abilities as they make scary or friendly Halloween masks and headdresses using tactile materials.

Admission is free but registration is required. Call 502-899-2213 or email kcarpenter@aph.org to register. Best for adults and children ages 6 and up.