Visual Arts

Behind the Mask
Quick Mask-Making Workshop and  Shadow Puppetry - Behind the Mask provides history and background on the uses and variety of shadow puppetry and demonstrate examples, including a traditional Indonesian wayang kulit shadow puppet.

Christopher Maloney, video workshops for Massachusetts Schools
Christopher Maloney

In Telling Local Stories Through Film: An Introduction to the Documentary, students work collaboratively in a production team to create their own short feature. They will choose their own subject, conduct interviews, shoot footage, and work together to edit their work into a view-able finished product.

Christopher Maloney, video workshops for Massachusetts Schools
Spinning History: Heroines on the Home Front is a visual arts and women's history program about the role that spinning played in the American Revolution.
Pam Golden
Clay Sculpture Workshops - Students experience the ancient artform of working with clay, a fun, flexible process for making artful objects. Teaching artist Pam Golden demonstrates the expressive nature of the medium, leading students in the sculpting of air dry or kiln fired clay bodies into finger puppets.
Raul Gonzalez
Students hone their visual communication and storytelling skills through hand-drawing their own original graphic tale with the guidance of award-winning artist Raul Gonzalez. An inspiring teacher, Raul has taught at both the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute for Contemporary Arts in Boston.