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About Center for Puppetry Arts
In 1978, Kermit the Frog and Jim Henson cut the ribbon to open Atlanta’s Center for Puppetry Arts. The center uses the art form of puppetry as a means to provide educational experiences that encourage creativity, support school-day learning, fuel holistic development, and provide accessible, hands-on opportunities to participate in arts activities. The center’s live puppetry performances, hands-on workshops, and guided museum tours provide creative arts experiences to students that aren’t available in classrooms while also providing teachers with opportunities to infuse the arts into their curriculum goals.
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