Virtual Event Past

Breakfast with Tiffany

Paper Masks

Families
October 17, 2021
10:00a–11:00a
A person wearing a white mask made out of plain paper.

Photo: Tiffany Doggett

Often used for merriment, concealment, and masquerade, masks have become a form of protection in today’s everyday life. MAAM Educator Tiffany Doggett ‘20 will share a brief and fascinating history of masks before leading us on a mask making journey. 

Materials: Scissors, tape, and paper (any paper will work including plain, colored, newspaper, brown paper bags, or  magazines).

 

A person wearing a white mask made out of plain paper.

Photo: Tiffany Doggett

Past Events

Photograph of MAAM Museum Attendant Aili Hoyt
Virtual Event

Drawing Together

Memory Boxes with Aili Hoyt
August 12, 2021
Drawing Together

Colophon

The MAAM site is set in MAAM Sans drawn by Nick Sherman (MassArt ’06), Beatrice by Sharp Type, and Stellar by Pangram Pangram.

The site was designed by MassArt alumnæ at Moth Design, written by 43,000 Feet, and developed by pod consulting.

“Our People” shot by Dolphin Photography.