Krampus Mask-Making Workshops for 2017 (sold out)

Sorry, but the 2017 Mask Workshop is SOLD OUT.

 

Masks by Raymond Persi (L) and Sierra Aiko Persi. Photo © Raymond Persi

Masks by Raymond Persi (L) and Sierra Aiko Persi. Photo © Raymond Persi

Mask by Doug Cope. Photo © Doug Cope.

Mask by Doug Cope. Photo © Doug Cope.

Mask by Chris Moore. Photo © Chris Moore.

Mask by Chris Moore. Photo © Chris Moore.

 

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Good Krampus masks are not easy to come by in the US. The few mass-produced masks made here can be somewhat lacking. Buying an authentic mask from a German-speaking vendor overseas can be daunting as well as expensive ($300-700 and shockingly expensive to ship.) Many consider making their own masks, but have difficulty sourcing the appropriate materials and sculpting a mask they are happy with.

Our mask-making workshop does not rely on sculpting skills but takes more of a kit-assembly approach that ensures the quality of the end result while allowing you the ability to create your own custom look.  Kits include  paints, adhesives, a selection of paintable pre-cast resin faces with ears (Model 1,2, or 3 — possible 4th coming), materials for making teeth, and tongues, a selection of fur colors, as well as authentic goat, ram, or other horns as available.

 A tip sheet and resource guide for economically creating an accompanying costume will also be available at the workshop.  Participants who create a traditional full suit with mask are eligible to join the Krampus Los Angeles Troupe, allowing them to participate as performers in our annual Krampus run and attend events such as the Krampus Ball at no cost.

The workshop will be led by Krampus LA director and author of The Krampus and the Old Dark Christmas, Al Ridenour and art school instructor and manager Lauren Church.

ENROLLMENT LIMITED.  ONLY 10 ACCEPTED.  
PLEASE CONTACT US ASAP IF INTERESTED.

PAYMENT DEADLINE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2017

WORKSHOP DATE: Sunday, November 12, 1pm. 
PLACE: Location in Pasadena TBA.
COST: $300.  ($150 for materials, $150 for instruction).
DEPOSIT AMOUNT: $100 reserves seat (non-refundable). FULL PAYMENT DUE 11/5. 

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