Saturday, 23 May 2015

Te Papa - National Museum of New Zealand will have an exhibition of my marionettes

Te Papa  is Maori and means our place and it is the National Museum of New Zealand here in Wellington. For those readers that have never been to Aotearoa / New Zealand, Wellington is at the bottom of the North Island and when you walk along the foreshore you can not miss it. Five of my Marionettes will be there for a year in two displays. One will show one of my earliest figures, see photo at the top and a very recent one. The larger case will have three characters from my play Mustava and the Kauri Giant. You will find all the images in other blog entries but I thought I put two of the characters here to give you a little preview.    

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