Visit the Re-Opened Valentinetti Puppet Museum

Valentinetti Puppet Museum280 4th Street, Bremerton, WA 98337(360) 479-6226 Thursday – Friday: 10 am – 4 pmSaturday: 12 pm – 4 pm COVID protocols such as face masks and social distancing are in effect Featuring: ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGEAn exhibit celebrating the diverse styles and types of puppet stages found around the world.

Update from the Valentinetti Puppet Museum

VALENTINETTI PUPPET MUSEUM, 280 Fourth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337. Like everyone, COVID and its closures has been catastrophic for us.  Most of 2020 the VPM and its host museum have been closed.  For a short period of time in the fall we were able to open observing all of the protocols.  In the late fallContinue reading “Update from the Valentinetti Puppet Museum”

Chinese Shadow Puppets at Seattle Art Museum

Nov. 7, 2013, 7-9pm at the Seattle Art Museum, Stimson auditorium Grant Hayter Menzies speaks on Pauline Benton, who learned shadow puppetry in Beijing, went on to tour in the U.S. and became a champion of this cultural tradition. Held in connection with his new book Shadow Woman: The Extraordinary Career of Pauline Benton. TheContinue reading “Chinese Shadow Puppets at Seattle Art Museum”

Masks and Puppets at the Burke Museum

Greetings from the Burke Museum! We have some exciting events coming up at the Burke that we hope you can attend! We are now offering special gallery activities every week. This month, discover masks and puppets from around the world. On October 27, learn about NW Coast and Yup’ik masks with Robin K. Wright, Burke curatorContinue reading “Masks and Puppets at the Burke Museum”

Masterpieces exhibit from Valentinetti Puppet Museum

I would love to take this opportunity to invite all of the Puppeteers of Puget Sound members and their families and friends to come to Bremerton to see our newly installed exhibit “Masterpieces from the Collection.” If you have never visited the Valentinetti Puppet Museum in Bremerton, you are in for a treat. Currently theContinue reading “Masterpieces exhibit from Valentinetti Puppet Museum”