Giant Brazillian mask made by visitors to Bishops Waltham Festival, helped by Ballyhoo Arts.
These Giant African-style masks were made by pupils from Forthill Community School in an 'African Day' project. organised by Forthill Community Centre
Ballyhoo Arts worked with children from Cliddesden Primary School to create these giant masks representing the four seasons. This was part of a music based, week long project, organised by Anvil Arts. The masks were paraded during a very successful performance, staged at the end of the week.
These giant masks represent Africa, China and South America. They were made by year six pupils from Our Lady & St Michael Primary School, Abergavenny. They were used to great effect at the year six leaving concert performed at The Borough Theatre, Abergavenny in 2008.
Ballyhoo Arts worked with pupils from Portway Junior School, Andover to make these six giant masks. They also made seven colourful banners decorated with images to represent each of the seven continents. This was part of a one week music-based project organised by Anvil Arts. The masks and banners were used to decorate the stage for an exciting end of project perfomance.
Ballyhoo Arts worked with pupils from Anton Junior School in Andover to make these six giant masks.This was part of a one week music based project organised by Anvil Arts. The theme of the project was 'The Cultural Triangle of Slavery
Cotton Trader's wife