A collection of masks derived from theatre and performance traditions from around the world. This exhibition includes a special display of tools used in Noh, Commedia and Topeng theatre, and the short documentary "Facing the Greek Mask".
Behind The Mask
Behind The Mask Touring Exhibition includes:
Topeng masks from Bali, Java and Lombock
Japanese Noh masks from Nohzin-Kai
Commedia Dell'Arte leather masks
Greek New Comedy Menander masks
Mexican dance masks and maquettes
Korean Tal'chum masks
Western actor training masks
Craft tools for Noh, Commedia and Topeng theatre
Short documentary "Facing the Greek Mask"
We recommend creating an interactive mask-making area for hands-on workshops.
The minimum space required for this exhibition is 30 square meters.
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There is an additional charge for exhibition installation, accommodation expenses and subsistence. Onward transport and insurance is the responsibility of the hirer.
Now booking for 2019 onwards
Please contact Dr Malcolm Knight for more information and to check availability.
0141 339 6185 / firstname.lastname@example.org
This exhibition has been hired by:
Banbury Museum, Oxford; Cork Public Museum, Republic of Ireland; The Haven Gallery, Boston; The Ark: A Cultural Centre for Children, Dublin; Tunbridge Wells Museum, Kent; Hackney Museum, London; Summerlee Industrial Museum, Glasgow; Cannon Hall Museum, Barnsley; Brading Roman Villa, Isle of Wight, where it received 16,300 visitors.