Take a peek behind the curtain and inside the creative process! Hear six talented artists share about the works-in-progress they’ve been building during Puppet Showplace’s Creative Residency for Black Puppeteers, a two-month Zoom-based residency that connects creators from across the country to build community and support during the development of new works!
This year’s residency artists will discuss their work, process, challenges, and discoveries via Zoom, while Community Curator Tanya Nixon-Silberg hosts from Puppet Showplace Theater. An interactive Q&A will follow.
There are two ways to tune in:
Join via Zoom from anywhere in the world! A link will be emailed to registrants the day of the event.
Join us on site at Puppet Showplace Theater where a live audience will watch the Zoom screening together — complete with popcorn and beverages!
Recommended for adults and teens.
About the Program
Now in its 4th year, the Creative Residency seeks to diversify representation on our stage and in our field. Since 2020, the program has invested in new works by 21 Black artists by supporting creative research toward production development. Participating artists receive a grant of $1000, one-on-one support from the program mentor, and an opportunity to build community, skills, and connection within their cohort, while working on their project over a two-month period.
October 22, 2023, 6:00 pm
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