Beckie Kravetz is available to teach in-person or virtual group workshops or private tutorials. A variety of options are available, from a basic 2 hour face-casting session to multi-day classes that teach casting, sculpting, and several mask making techniques. Beckie can also serve as a consultant on your mask theater production, working with actors or students to design and create their own masks for a specific theatrical or community event.

Beckie’s teaching experience includes working with students of all ages and abilities. She has received grants from the National Education Association, and Arts Councils in California, Arizona and Massachusetts to be an Artist in Residence. Her experience includes working with elementary through college age students, adults and children with physical and emotional disabilities and with women in transitional housing facilities. She has taught at a variety of educational and theatrical institutions including Williams College, Mount Holyoke College, Bryn Mawr College, Hunter College, the Academy at Swift River and Berkshire Trail Elementary School (Cummington, MA), Dunphey Elementary School (Williamsburg, MA). Central High School (Phoenix, AZ), California Polytechnic University (Pomona), Los Angeles Opera, Utah Opera, Opera Tijuana, Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles Theatreworks, California Arts Resources Services, Afro-American Museum of Los Angeles, Arts for All (Tucson, AZ), Los Angeles Exceptional Children’s Foundation, Tucson Parks and Recreation, and Patagonia, AZ Public Library.

Workshops are also available in theatrical and opera makeup.

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