Wonderheads Workshop Giveaway

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Wonderheads Workshop Giveaway

The application deadline for this opportunity has passed.

CAMP is pleased to offer one sponsored spot to an interested and curious individual to attend The Storytelling Body: Mask Performance with the Wonderheads, held at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, March 6 to 8, 2020.

CAMP will delightfully provide the winner of this dazzling opportunity with a fully paid program and application fee. Please make note, the winner will still be responsible for the expenses of their meals and accommodation needs for the duration of the workshop.

To Submit

Send a short-written piece about your wonderment, curiosities or path with Mask in performance to elaine@maskandpuppet.com. Max 300 Words.

Submissions will be received until January 17, 2020, 11:59pm.

The names from eligible submissions will be put into a hat and drawn at random by a CAMP councillor. The winner will be informed by January 24, 2020.

Should the winner wish to stay at the Banff Centre during the workshop dates and have a meal card, the remaining fees would apply:

Single Room Package: $413.76 + GST
Shared Room Package: $298.52 + GST

Room packages listed above are based on a four-night stay at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity plus meals. Arriving on Thursday night, and leaving on Monday morning. This includes Thursday dinner, all meals on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, as well as breakfast on Monday.

The Storytelling Body: Mask Performance

Join Victoria-based physical theatre company the Wonderheads for a magical and whimsical journey into the world of visual storytelling and mask performance.

The Wonderheads

The co-founding heads of the Wonderheads are Kate Braidwood and Andrew Phoenix, who came together in 2009 resolved to do their part in conjuring a little magic and wonder into the world. They are a multi-award winning theatre company whose work is performed in full-face mask, a wordless, whimsical form rarely seen on North American stages.

Participants will gain a greater sense of bodily awareness, clarity and economy of physical expression, and an understanding of what it means to bring a fully realized character to life through mask exploration and articulate gestural investment.

For more information, visit maskandpuppet.com.

For more information and to register for the program, visit banffcentre.ca.

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