"The masks, costumes and props Maggie made with the students created real theatre from a school production with their dramatic and colourful impact on both the performances and the play"

Tony Newman, Deputy Head, St. Josephs High School

"Maggie Campbell has a regional reputation for delivering high quality creative learning experiences and imaginative outcomes with children of all ages, abilities and disabilities"

Anna Macathy, Arts Education Project Development Officer, Norfolk County Council



These huge masks were done with the Hammonds High School in Swaffham.

This sequence of pictures clearly shows the processes of making objects with willow and wet-strength tissue paper. First, after designing, tying together the willow frame (above left); then covering with paper ('before' picture, below); then painting a lively design (above right, and 'after' picture below).

willow masks before and after

These other huge masks made with willow and paper were done with the Latimer Referral Unit in London W11, as part of a GCSE project.

After painting we hung them up to dry which is when I took photographs of them.

some huge willow masks