The Puppet Lobby
Monday, November 6 at 7pm
Selman Gallery at Brookland Artspace Lofts
3305 8th ST NE Washington DC 20017
Hamida Khatri and Noa Heyne from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) will speak about their experience with stop-motion animation using puppets. Cecilia Cackley and Nina Budabin McQuown will also discuss writing for puppet theater and its various challenges. Join us for a fun evening of conversation and connecting with fellow artists!
The Puppet Lobby is a series of discussions about the art of puppetry featuring both local and visiting guest puppeteers. Hosted by Wit’s End Puppets at the Selman Gallery at the Brookland Artspace Lofts, these events are free and open to all artists, performers and anyone who is interested in puppetry.
Our next show Malevolent Creatures is rooted in the folklore of the British Isles. This devised work explores ways that ancient stories and supernatural creatures continue to haunt us as we struggle with fears and changes in our world today.
Follow along as we document our research and building process for this show on our blog! You can also support the development of this project by making a tax-deductible donation through Fractured Atlas.
Artistic Team: Cecilia Cackley, Genna Beth Davidson, Patricia Germann, Amy Kellett, Nina Budabin McQuown, Nicole Martin, Annalisa Dias, Krista Duke, Chris Herring.