Host Your Own “Stay Safe” Mask Project

“Stay Safe” Mask Project Highlights at Michigan Legacy Art Park’s Discovery Grove

Step #1: Create Your Group

Anyone can do the project by themself, but we recommend you put together a group and try to get people of different ages, new friends, or family across the country to participate. One of the most interesting and rewarding parts will be connecting with others and learning about their experiences during this tough time.

Step #2: Order Your Masks

Step #3: Reflect and Get Creative!

Think back on this past year and however it affected you most, or had an impact on your life, your work or your family — there’s no wrong way to do it, but when you have something in mind — follow your gut and decorate the blank mask in any direction that helps you express this experience of the quarantine and the pandemic.

Step #4: Please Take Photos and Share Them!

Collaborators and Participants :

Don’t miss the “Stay Safe Mask Exhibit” February 5 to 27, 2021 at the Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts in Manistee, Michigan. Free RSVPs are required to reserve a date and time to experience the gallery, click here.

Installation in Progress at the Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts in Manistee, Michigan
  • Kalkaska Senior Center
  • Goodwill Inn Traverse City
  • Brethren High School
  • Onekama High School
  • Manistee High School
  • Casman Academy, Manistee
  • Armory Youth Group, Manistee
  • Manistee Senior Center
  • Manistee Friendship Society
  • Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts

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