Wednesdays, Mar 18, 25, Apr. 1, 8, 10 am - noon
Catamount Arts Cabaret Room
115 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT
Instructor: Dana Karuza-Tulp
Participants will explore the Trickster archetype and read traditional Trickster stories from around the globe, including tales about Anansi the Spider (Africa), Coyote / Br’er Rabbit (North America), Reynard the Fox (Europe), The Monkey King (Asia), and Loki (Scandinavia). They will create their own cast of finger puppet characters with clay, and will build a puppet theater. Families are invited to join us for a performance on the final day.
Class fee: $70 (10% discount for Catamount Arts members). Catamount Arts is committed to offering high quality arts education to all students, regardless of ability to pay. If you would like information on scholarship availability, please call Anne at 802-748-2600 ext. 109.
After paying for this class, please complete the enrollment form HERE.
Dana Karuza has worked as a teaching and resident artist for a variety of non-profits and independent schools in the area. Through VSA (Very Special Arts) VT and St. Michael’s College she completed the Arts to Smarts integrated arts training. Dana has worked with all ages in fiber arts, mosaics, puppetry and paper arts. She was previously an integrated arts teacher at the L.E.A.R.N. school in Lyndonville and Program Coordinator and Teaching Artist at Catamount Arts. Currently, she is the Outreach Coordinator at the Old Stone House Museum. Dana enjoys teaching the creative process through lively discussions, critiques and open-ended projects.