Please share a memory or greeting!In April 2020, the Puppeteers of Puget Sound decided to name our festival scholarship for Jean Mattson and Joan King, long-time PoPS board members and supporters. With the pandemic, we never had a party to celebrate their contributions. Both in their nineties, Jean and Joan find email and social mediaContinue reading “Jean Mattson and Joan King Festival Scholarship”
Puppet artists active between January 1, 2019 – March 1, 2020 who have lost work due to COVID-19 may be eligible for financial assistance. Apply by December 27, 2020 to the Direct Relief Fund for Puppet Artists at https://www.puppeteers.org/relief Donations to the fund are also welcome.
For anyone interested in attending the 2019 National Puppetry Festival we have to grants to offer! The first is being offered by Puppeteers of Puget Sound. Due May 6th, the scholarship of $250 is designed to assist the recipient in covering registration or housing for the festival and will be paid directly to the festivalContinue reading “Scholarships to the National Puppetry Festival available!”
Here is a message From Guild President Dustin Curtis: My fellow guild members and puppeteers, I am pleased to announce that the scholarship committee has authorized a stipend of $250 towards attending next month’s National Puppetry Festival in St. Paul, Minnesota. Please see the attached guidelines at bottom of post. Also note that the applicationsContinue reading “Puppeteers of Puget Sound National Festival Scholarship – Apply Now!”
Annett Mateo, Pacific Northwest Regional Director, is pleased to announce two recipients of the $400 scholarships to the Puppeteers of America National Festival. The two receipts are Zane Exactly of Seattle, Washington and Matthew Stowers of Portland, Oregon. CONGRATULATIONS to you both! Zane Exactly is a visual artist, puppeteer, and theatre artist with a BFAContinue reading “Regional Scholarships Announced!”