About Center for Puppetry Arts
Center for Puppetry Arts opened to people in general on September 23, 1978, when Kermit the Frog and his maker Jim Henson cut the stately strip. Today it is the biggest American non-benefit association exclusively committed to the craft of manikin theater. They are an interesting social fortune - an enchanted spot where kids and grown-ups are instructed, illuminated and engaged. Since 1978, they have acquainted a great many guests with the marvel and craft of puppetry and have contacted the lives of numerous through charming exhibitions; educational program put together workshops and the hands-with respect to Museum, just as Distance Learning and Outreach Programs. Center for Puppetry Arts ceaselessly make progress toward imaginative greatness in all that they do - on the grounds that the creative experience is critical to what their identity is and what they do. Puppetry is a work of art that requires human communication.