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Arts Discovery Educational Series presents
Paperhand Puppet Intervention
RECOMMENDED FOR GRADES K-12
Performance Length: 60 minutes
For over twenty years, Donovan Zimmerman and Jan Burger have used paper-mâché, cardboard, bamboo, old house paints, cloth, and other “junk” to create incredible giant puppets, masks, shadow plays, and spectacular performances for all ages. This presentation of art, and the magic of masks and puppetry through award-winning puppeteers/artists will deliver super fun exploration of movement and an interactive engagement for all ages. The puppets are brought to life in a synergy of multiple art forms woven together to create a wild spectacle that is sure to inspire and nurture your sense of wonder.
Curriculum Connections: Theater Arts, Puppetry, Movement, Visual Arts, Aesthetics, Communication, Analysis, Contextual Relevance, Critical Response
All Durham Public Schools reservations will be made by the school-designated Arts Liaison. The Arts Liaison was appointed by each school principal to coordinate this effort. Please contact your principal for further action.
Online reservations end five days prior to a performance date. Tickets will still be sold at the box office on the date of the event, dependent upon availability. Please email us for availability at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This performance has the option to add on a Durham Arts Council Creative Arts in Public and Private Schools Program (CAPS) workshop or residency.
“Connections in Clay” workshop or residency presented by Cynthia Harrell.
Book this CAPS program by emailing email@example.com.