Come join us for an evening at The Invisible Dog Halloween Parade! Family, friends, and fun with refreshments and a chance to show off your Halloween designs – and don't forget your costumes! School ages 6+
Workshops will be led by Jenny Polak (mask maker); Inni Choi (witch & wizard designs); Susan Vitucci (costume designs); Yuseff Smyth (concept, art direction, hair & make-up, and photography).
Jenny Polak (Mask Workshop): A skilled visual artist and mask maker, her paper folding and wire -and paper construction exceeds explanation. Polak is also a mother whom she has made many fantastic masks and simple Halloween costumes. The techniques of wire-and-paper construction, paper folding and the simple sewing that she loves were all learnt from her own mother. A recipient of a Franklin Furnace Future Of the present Award, A Digital Matrix, and a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advance studies in the Visual Arts, among others.
Inni Choi (Witch & Wizard Hat Workshop): An accomplished patternmaker, she has worked with such designer icon as Burberry, Catherine Maladrino and Isaac Mzirahi having attended the Fashion Institute of technology in New York she subsequently received a First prize in the Young Fashion Designer Contest from the National Fashion Industries and a Merit award from Pusan Women’s University.
Susan Vitucci (Costume Demonstration): A know puppet designer and performer of the acclaimed puppet operetta Love’s Fowl with her puppet company, the clothes spin, Costume Workshop at the New York City’s 92nd Street Y, contributing text editor Halloween look book
Yuseff Smyth (Concept, Art Direction, Photography, Hair/Make-up): An international creative force for over three decades.Yuseff has created unique and timeless looks for films, editorials, fashion runways and people of all ages and background. fashion editor of Qudrafoil. Yuseff has worked on production sets for Jean -Micheal Basquiat, David Bowie, Madonna, Ice- Tea, Ben Stiller, Ozzy Osbourne and Tyra Banks
Date + Times
Sunday, October 25
The Main Gallery
51 Bergen St.