Puppet Camp at the Center for Puppetry Arts stands as an ultimate summertime adventure for campers who are eager to delve into the world of puppetry. This unique camp provides an exciting opportunity for children to learn about various puppetry traditions from around the globe. As part of their experience, campers are not only educated about the art form but also engage in hands-on activities, including building their very own puppets. The camp fosters a fun and interactive environment where campers can play, explore, and collaborate with their peers and knowledgeable instructors, making it a memorable and educational summer experience.
The Center for Puppetry Arts has thoughtfully designed three distinct summer Puppet Camps, each tailored to suit a specific age group. This ensures that the content and activities are age-appropriate and engaging for each camper. Whether it's crafting simple hand puppets for the younger ones or more complex marionettes for older children, each camp is structured to maximize learning and enjoyment. These specialized camps not only nurture creativity and imagination in young minds but also provide an enriching cultural education, making Puppet Camp at the Center for Puppetry Arts a standout choice for a fulfilling summer activity.
Blog posts by Abby Barber, Noah Naftulin, Josh Naftulin, and Kiana Kim