A masquerade ball or a theatrical performance is unimaginable without masks.
The more unusual the mask, the harder it is to guess who is hiding behind it. They make equal all the people wearing them – a masked servant can be accepted as a noble master and vice versa.
Masks are so popular that the most beautiful carnival in Venice is dedicated to them.
Thousands of tourists travel to Venice to take part in the carnival.
The Venice Carnival opens with an ancient Venetian festival dedicated to the liberation of a Princess from the pirates.
Vakhtang Chabukiani Memorial House-Museum of the Union of Tbilisi Museums offers the audience an educational program “Theatrical Masks”.
Following the excursion around the Museum, the participants of the program, on the basis of the various photo and audio materials, will get familiar with:
✥ History of oldest Georgian theatrical performances,
✥ History of the Venetian Masks.
✥ In the end of the program, the participants will make their own masks.
Participation in the program is possible both as a group and individually.
◈ Maximum number of participants: 20
◈ Program Duration: 90 minutes
◈ Tuesday, 3:00 p.m.
◈ 83/23 Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Tbilisi, Georgia
◈ Program cost: 5 GEL
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