MASK's residential Creativity Camps are organised during school holidays for students aged 16-25.
The learning goal is to strengthen students' Creativity Skills Set and show how creativity works in real-life.
First Creativity Camp was organised in May 2011 in Nairobi. Participants met with the Kenyan Minister for Culture, The Hon, Ole Ntimama, and the Ministry's Director of Culture, Gladys Gatheru.
"I liked being creative since I was little. I liked experimenting and imagining new things. It was very hard for me because my family did not support this activity considering it being unworthy. Participating in the MASK Creativity Camp helped my family to support me and to be proud of my creativity." IRUNGU JAMES KUNGU, 19.
The group had produced an impressive body of work, see the video below.