Image courtesy Kill Joy.

Image courtesy Kill Joy.


Exploring Identity Through Mask-Making

January 21, 2023 | 1:00PM - 4:00PM


Join artist Kill Joy in a hands-on workshop about mask-making through relief printmaking.

Explore the art of mask-making throughout history and in your own ancestral cultures. Led and inspired by Kill Joy, this workshop will focus on the intersection of identity and ideology behind masks as you delve deep into your own creative process.

This event is presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Diane Severin Nguyen: IF REVOLUTION IS A SICKNESS, on view at CAMH through February 26, 2023.

Ticket Information and Availability
The workshop is open to participants ages 13+. No prior experience is required. Tickets are required to attend as space is extremely limited. Each ticket will cover all materials and supplies. Guests are encouraged to bring their own photographic references from their own family archive for this workshop.

Location and Accessibility
The workshop will take place in the Cullen Education Resource room, located in CAMH’s lower-level Nina and Michael Zilkha Gallery.

Please review CAMH’s safety protocols here. Socially distancing and face masks are encouraged to be worn when visiting the Museum.

If there are questions or concerns regarding safety and accessibility, please contact YET Torres, Public Programs and CAMHLAB Manager, at