A high quality, very visual and intriguing collection of masks derived from the great theatre and performance traditions around the world: sure to stun and inspire your visitors. It is accompanied by informative text panel stands, wall mounted exhibits and special displays of tools used in Noh, Commedia and Topeng theatre plus some dedicated film footage. We recommend creating an interactive mask-making area for hands-on workshops.
This exhibition was launched in the summer of 2005 at Banbury Museum in Oxford and achieved more than 50,000 visitors. It has also been shown at Cork Public Museum, The Haven Gallery in Boston, The Ark:A Cultural Centre for Children in Dublin, Tunbridge Wells Museum, Hackney Museum, Summerlee Industrial Museum and Cannon Hall Museum in Barnsley. During 8 Jan- 29March 2015 it will be at the Museum of St Albans in Hertfordshire.
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 MASK AND MAQUETTES
KOREAN TAL’CHUM MASKS
WESTERN ACTOR-TRAINING MASKS
Ideal Requirements: Minimum space requirement 30sq m up to 50 sq m plus three or four large costume size display cabinets and two smaller table-top display cabinets & DVD player and screen. Also one large mirror and two work tables.
£1250 – 4 weeks
£1650 – 6 weeks
£2000 – 8 weeks
£2500 – 10 weeks
£3000 – 12 weeks
Please note: Additional Installation fee, van hire and accommodation cost also apply, plus onward or return exhibition transportation.
Availability: Now booking for 2014-15 onwards.