Puppets, Play, and Performance
Puppeteer, play, and perform to a recorded soundscape inspired by the Museum’s beloved Nybylwyck Hall Dollhouse in a workshop led by Teaching Artist-in-Residence Sarah Provost, a puppetry and theater artist who brings narratives to life through collaborative visual storytelling.
Tap your inner child and take part in the culmination of this creative project, inspired by Un/Natural Selections: Wildlife in Contemporary Art, on its closing day, that plays on the innately playful nature of puppetry to engage museum-goers of all ages, the last of four intergenerational puppetry workshops led by Provost this season. To learn more about the series, see here.
Support provided by Art Bridges.