Yukie Shiroma has a MFA degree in dance from the University of Hawai’i
Manoa. In 1987 she started the dance program at Mid-Pacific Institute where
she served as Dance Director for twenty years. She has studied Okinawan
classical dance for forty years and is Artistic Director of Monkey Waterfall.
In 2006 she received an Individual Artist Fellowship Award from the
Hawai’i State Foundation on Cultural and the Arts. She currently teaches
Okinawan dance in the University of Hawai‘i’s Department of Theatre and
Dance.

PROGRAM DETAIL

To create a three-dimensional mask using paper, glue, scissors, pipe cleaners, and markers. Each participant will complete a mask that they can take home to hang on their wall, wear to a party, or bring to Mask Play workshop to learn how to animate!

Program length: 1 to 2 hours
Maximum: 20
Audience: 3rd grade and up

PERFORMANCE NEEDS

Clear work tables (approximately 2′ square area per participant)

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