Two youth campers arrive in their indigo-dyed Crucible masks on July 7, 2020.
While wearing a mask is extremely important, it doesn’t have to be all serious. Masks have become a fun way to express your personality and sense of fashion while staying safe. Many makers and small businesses all over the world have shifted their creative practices to meet high demand. You can support your Bay Area community in two ways: by purchasing a mask from a local maker or small business and then wearing your mask to keep yourself and others safe.