The Howard Luke Academy

Mask Project

 

In 1998 students enrolled in Howard Luke Academy's Art program carved masks in the style of traditional Yupik Eskimo masks. Before students began carving they visited Agayuliyararput- Our Way of Making Prayer the Yup'ik mask exhibit at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Museum.

 

 

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This Page was created by Aron G.Austin, Student At Howard Luke Academy

 

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