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Maskmaking with Paper.

Crystal Productions, 1812 Johns Drive, P.O. Box 2159, Glenview, IL 60025. VHS format, 18 minutes, $24.95.

Art teacher Peggy Flores leads the viewer through a series of paper forming and decoration procedures, resulting in a colorful three-dimensional mask. Flores encourages creativity and diversity, but her clear step-by-step directions could lead to look-alike results without art teacher intervention during the forming process. Toward the end of the video, examples of imaginative results demonstrate the possibilities of the process. This video, from the producer's Art Is ... Series of lessons on art skills and methods with classroom materials, is appropriate for third through sixth grade students.
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Author:Katter, Eldon
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Video Recording Review
Date:Oct 1, 1994
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