File puptcrit/puptcrit.0810, message 338

Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 13:59:23 -0400
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] Center for Puppetry Arts Online Museum

Fantastic Fabulous, a wonderful new resource, I could spend a long time
wandering around  this cyber museum. After a quick look I can see the
contribution of the amazing Nancy Staub, first as a collector and then for
donating so many superb objects to the museum, Thank you Nancy.I spent some
time in the North America section, and many of our best 20th century
puppeteers have donated sample work to the museum. I hope with this new web
site, more of them will do the same.
I am sure this online museum will inspire and educate.
Thanks to everyone at the Center for making this happen.

On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 10:13 AM, Alan Louis <> wrote:

> We at the Center for Puppetry Arts are very excited to announce the
> launching of our Online Museum. The Online Museum allows visitors to
> have current and up-to-date information, images, and access to more than
> 1,300 objects representing 91% of the Center's permanent collection.
> The Online Museum, however, does not include a picture for every object
> or any of our loaned puppets that are currently in exhibits here at the
> Center. We invite family members of puppeteers represented in our
> collection, puppet experts, or scholars to provide us with anecdotal or
> additional information about the puppets in our collection via the email
> address on the Online Museum site. The site will be updated monthly with
> new acquisitions and missing images/information.
> To access the Online Museum visit
> or follow the link on our
> Website's front page.
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