Below are some related links and our nearby community partners:
International Puppetry Museum
The International Puppetry Museum is dedicated to promote, to preserve and to advance the international art of puppetry. IPM will support and enrich the diverse communities of Southern California through outreach programs that blend performance, exhibitions and education.
Das Puppenspiel, Theater With Puppets.
Phoenix Guild of Puppetry
The Phoenix Guild of Puppetry, dedicated to Puppets since 1959.
Puppetry Home Page
The Puppetry Home Page is a free resource for the puppetry community and is dedicated to helping people connect with the world of puppetry.
Puppeteers Of America
Puppeteers of America, a national nonprofit organization founded in 1937.
History of Puppetry
This link is a great resource for learning about puppetry.
Union Internationale de la Marionnette, the oldest international theatre organization in the world.
GAPT on Facebook
Check out our page on Facebook.
GAPT on Twitter
Follow us on Twitter!
Located at the historic Ellis-Shackelford House - the house is open for special public events throughout the year.
Phoenix Trolley Museum
Authentic Phoenix trolley cars in various stages of renovation and a cute museum showing the history of Phoenix's trolley system.
Burton Barr Central Library
Phoenix's largest library with 280,000 square feet on five levels, art exhibits, programs, etc.
Jewish Heritage Center
The Culter Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center is housed in the first permanent Jewish synagogue in Phoenix. Museum, cultural center, and event venue.
Phoenix Center for the Arts
Visual and performing arts classes and programming for youth, adults, and families.
Irish Cultural Center
The McClelland Irish Library is the leading Irish genealogical research center in the country!
Japanese Friendship Garden
Authentic Japanese Stroll Garden with tea house. Flowing streams, a 12-foot waterfall, and a Koi pond with over 300 colorful Koi fish. Gift shop, wedding and event rentals.
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