Drawing inspiration

Drawing inspiration

Kids take over Arts Center for creativity
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Margaux Newby, 8, left, and Nola Burnite, 6, take part in a scavenger hunt during Thursday’s opening of Creativity Festivity: The Many Stories of Masks at the Durango Arts Center. Margaux is the daughter of Miles and Holly Newby and Nola is the daughter of J. Burnite and Heidi Craw. At right is a ceremonial mask of the Toma People of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.
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Kids got inspiration for making their own masks from the current exhibit at the Durango Arts Center, including these Pascola masks of the Mayo people of Sonora, Mexico.
Ep 130429894
Ep 130429894
Ben MacKenzie, 8, son of Ian and Liv MacKenzie, makes his own mask during Thursday’s opening of Creativity Festivity: The Many Stories of Masks at the Durango Arts Center.

Drawing inspiration

Margaux Newby, 8, left, and Nola Burnite, 6, take part in a scavenger hunt during Thursday’s opening of Creativity Festivity: The Many Stories of Masks at the Durango Arts Center. Margaux is the daughter of Miles and Holly Newby and Nola is the daughter of J. Burnite and Heidi Craw. At right is a ceremonial mask of the Toma People of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.
Kids got inspiration for making their own masks from the current exhibit at the Durango Arts Center, including these Pascola masks of the Mayo people of Sonora, Mexico.
Ben MacKenzie, 8, son of Ian and Liv MacKenzie, makes his own mask during Thursday’s opening of Creativity Festivity: The Many Stories of Masks at the Durango Arts Center.
If you go

The 20th annual Creativity Festivity: The Many Stories of Masks interactive exhibit is on display through Saturday in the Barbara Conrad Gallery of Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave. Two special events will be held in conjunction with the

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