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Learning Performance and Puppetry at Watermill Center

Fri, 05/24/2019 - 13:16
Kembra Pfahler

On an otherwise quiet holiday weekend, the Watermill Center attracted crowds looking for something artful to do on Saturday afternoon.

After a late morning puppet workshop with Julian Crouch and Saskia Lane that transformed ordinary objects into beautiful storytelling props, Kembra Pfahler led a rapt group in techniques taken from her East Village performance art school. Stream-of-consciousness writing and meditative activities were just some of the exercises in the session.

In the early evening, a reception was held for a site-specific sculpture made by Daniel Arsham.


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