Windermere Drama teacher Anjuli Enthoven learned that thanks to a $1000 grant from ArtStarts, her students will have chance to transform themselves (and their acting) with innovative leather masks.
With the new masks, students will learn to communicate with their bodies in a stylistic way. Enthoven says all the masks that will be used have been handcrafted in Italy and are gorgeous.
She says that while the drama program is relatively small at the moment, she's hopeful that the engagement of students through the new program will get new kids thinking about drama.
"We want to use this new acting program as a jumping off point to introduce kids to the joys of transformation," she says. "I'm hopeful this will help us promote the Windermere drama program."