SATURDAY, MAY 2nd, 6PM @ Puppet Central in Atelier Gallery This Saturday, May 2nd at 6PM, Puppet Central presents Dragon Theater Puppets in "You're Electric!"
A Puppet show about the history, science, invention and safety behind electricity. Topics include the Light Bulb, how batteries work, how to stay safe around electricity, our own bodies and how they use elecrical responses. Features characters like Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein and more!
Dragon Theater Puppets & Princesses is an award winning Portland-based company that promotes education through entertainment, and learning through laughter. Recently celebrating their 20th year, Dragon Theater was awarded the “Best of Portland 2013” by the Portland Awards Program and rated the #1 Entertainer in Portland by Thumbtack.com.
"Puppets' Night Out" is a family-friendly puppet and mask performance-series at Puppet Central in Atelier Gallery St Johns, North Portland, Oregon, that features talented performers from the Portland and Vancouver areas. Most performances are followed by a puppet craft and are recommended for children ages 3 and up.
Tickets are $10. Seating is limited, so drop by the Gallery early to get your tickets, or buy your tickets online at www.PuppetCentral.brownpapertickets.com Saturday, May 2nd, at 6PM.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR A FREE OPENING RECEPTION! FRIDAY APRIL 17TH, 4:00-8:00PM: "LOOKING TO THE EAST: NEW PAINTINGS OF MOUNT HOOD" Paintings of Mount Hood and The Columbia River Gorge by John Teply
"Looking to the East: New Paintings of Mount Hood" by John Teply.
John Teply is astounded by the grace, elegance and power of Mount Hood and the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge. Part of this exhibit is a series of works from Teply's weekly practice of painting Mount Hood while standing on the St Johns Bridge.
Please join us for a Reception for the artist on Friday, April 17th, 2015, from 4-8pm. Refreshments and beverages. FREE.
This Saturday, April 11th at 6PM, Puppet Central presents Shae Uisna and John Teply in "Puppet Pop Pie," A Family-Friendly, Interactive Story Event!
What goes into the making of a puppet show? Led by Shae & John, participants taste the ingredients of a "Puppet Pop Pie": tossing out ideas, characters, conflicts and puppet superpowers to direct the action of the show. How's YOUR puppet voice?
Shae Uisna and John Teply are the ringleaders of this adventure. When they're not throwing puppets up in the air, they are the owners of Puppet Central and Atelier Gallery. John lives to draw, paint and do portraits, while Shae loves to perform, teach, and make masks and puppets.
"Puppets' Night Out" is a family-friendly puppet and mask performance-series at Puppet Central in Atelier Gallery St Johns, North Portland, Oregon. Every week, a different show! Performances are followed by a puppet craft or theater activity and are recommended for children ages 3 and up. Tickets are $5. Seating is limited, so please drop by the Gallery early to get your tickets, or buy your tickets online at Brown Paper Tickets: www.puppetcentral.brownpapertickets.com (service fee applies with brown paper tickets.)
Regular "Puppets' Night Out" performers include Kelly Campbell of KCPuppetree (www.kcpuppetree.com), Jason Ropp of Dragon Theater Puppets (www.dragontheater.com), Brittany Moering of Britt and The Wily Wayfarers (www.wilywayfarers.com), Amy Gray of ZING Productions, and Shae Uisna of Shae Uisna Puppets (www.ateliergallery.com).