Virtual Craft Night 10/28: Spooky Masks with Preemoreno!


This FREE online workshop takes place on Friday, October 28th, from 5-7 PM PST via Zoom Meeting. 

Learn to create a spooky mask for Halloween with Preemoreno!

With simple tools like recycled cardboard and paint, create a colorful face mask inspired by Mexican Folk Art and stand out this Halloween!

Materials List:
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Elastic Cord
  • Glitter
  • X-Acto Knife
  • Recycled cardboard
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Tape
  • Hole puncher/any poke tool
About the instructor:
Priscilla Moreno is an artist, illustrator. She creates paintings and sculptures, and mainly utilizes watercolor and ink. Her work is inspired by bossa nova music, retro fashion, and old films. She combines these influences with the people she sees and the eccentricities she observes to tell stories about characters from the world she creates. Her goal is to capture the beauty of her day to day life, and create a trip into a world of high fashion, comedy, jazz, and elegant fragrances. She was born in Los Angeles and now resides in Long Beach, California where she works out of her home studio. 


About the series: 

Jenny Lemons Craft Nights bring people together to enjoy each other's company and make things with their hands. Each month, we partner with a different artist or creative from our community who presents a project related to their craft.