If you live among wolves you have to act like a wolf – Nikita Khrushchev
On Saturday the 5 October 2013 we invite you to join us and come running* with the Pack of Wolves.
In a manner akin to a Flash-Mob we invite you to design your own wolf mask and join us in Bute Park from which point we will proceed through the streets of Cardiff to our Den where there will be some refreshments and possibly some light entertainment.
If you wish to join us ensure you locate the Pack at Bute Park by 6.00pm. You won’t be able to miss the Alpha wolf waving the Pack of Wolves’ flag!
In order to get you started we have provided some free mask templates that you can download (below) and print out for yourself. If you would like a little help in designing your mask why not sign up to one of our mask making workshops on Saturday afternoon. These are being led by our wolf cubs – Illustration students from Cardiff School of Art & Design. You can book a place at one of these workshops below.
Of course if you wish to design your own mask from scratch then feel free. Why not check out our blog for some inspiration?
You don’t have to be a creative wizard to take part in Running with Wolves but you do have to turn up in a wolf mask!
GUIDELINES & ETIQUETTE
- Follow the Pack of wolves flag bearer
- We will be proceeding through public spaces. Please be mindful of this and respectful towards members of the public in these spaces.
- The processions should be entertaining and fun events so please do not engage in any acts of adverse lunacy
- If you’re joining us please wear sensible shoes
- If it’s raining please ensure you’re dressed appropriately. Eg. Wear a pac-a-mac or wolfskin
- Prowl like a wolf
- Howl like a wolf
*when we say ‘running’ what we really mean is a light jog**
**When we say ‘light jog’ we probably mean a brisk walk
These mask templates can be printed at a variety of sizes. We would recommend A4 size masks for children and small adults but they will fit all faces. If you have access to an A3 printer though we would recommend using that to print adult masks. 160-200gsm paper works a treat!
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Big thansk to Pete Evans for documenting the event for us. Check out his wonderful photographic portfolio and blog at www.petetakespictures.com