Burrowes School Of Art Gears Up For Mash
Guyana’s premiere art school, the Burrowes School of Art is pulling out all the stops as it gets paint, sequins and lots of colorful fabric together in its costume designs for mash. The school has designed and is putting together pieces for the culture ministry.
The administrator pointed out that the costumes will bring out the country’s rich culture and diversity and mostly local materials are being used.
The costumes are centered on this year’s Mashramani theme “Showcasing our culture, sustaining our pride”. Each individual costume will be made up of seven or nine pieces. The five colors of the national flag will be used on most of the costumes.
They are currently 45 students enrolled with the school who have been divided into six groups for the costume designing. They have been spending long hours perfecting their ideas and creativity.