An exhibit featuring over 400 masks created by community members like you. This is a live exhibit and it will only be up Fridays and Saturdays starting February 5 and ending on the 27th. The exhibit is free and it will be open from 12pm - 3pm.
The Michigan Legacy Art Park (MLAP), in collaboration with the Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts (RRCA), is facilitating a creative way to foster “togetherness.” Through this project, people can learn what everyone else was and is still going through. As a result, participants will reconnect with their community as they begin the journey back to normalcy.MLAP started this project earlier in 2020. The project asked participants to reflect and then decorate a paper-mache mask to express personal stories during the current health crisis. In the exploration of this powerful symbol, the feelings it invokes, and to bring the Art Park family closer together during this challenging time — the Volunteer Director of Education Patricia Innis led the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” art project with their volunteers, Board Members, artists, and staff.