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Located in Puppets: The Power of Wonder Permanent Exhibit

Puppets function as windows to the world, allowing one to better understand other cultures through our shared appreciation for the art of puppetry, both in performance and as objects of beauty. This gallery’s premiere exhibition highlights recently acquired puppets from Vietnam, Iran, Cambodia, Egypt, Italy, and the United States along with a hands-on learning center.

Notes by Bradford Clark, Curator



Use your smart phone to interact with the exhibit and find out more about the puppets by scanning the QR codes. Download a QR code reader before you attend!  (Please remember: No photography is allowed in the exhibit).


Click here for a sneak peek at the renovations, designs and the puppets!

Click the links below for video and more information about figures and traditions spotlighted in the exhibit.

Raven
Henry Higgins
Kim Qui, the Golden Turtle God
Mobarak
Gianduja
Pulcinella
Orlando
Preah Ream and Krong Reap in Battle
Egyptian Khiyal al Zill Shadow Puppetry
Shadow Puppet


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Contact Us
Kelsey Fritz
kelseyfritz@puppet.org
Phone: 404.881.5130
Fax: 404.873.9907



Museum Hours
•Tues-Fri: 9am-3pm
•Saturday: 10am-5pm
•Sunday: 12pm-5pm

Last admission 30 minutes prior to close. Extended hours during evening events.


Museum Admission (without performance ticket)
Individuals - $8.25
Members - FREE

Tickets include the Special Exhibits.

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