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GALLERY SHOWS / EXHIBITIONS / RESIDENCIES

Art Machines

was a gallery show in 2004, held at the Pawtucket Rhode Island visitor center gallery.

Each artist was given a box to add interactive displays.

Each box had slots on a 4 sides allowing for quick interactive controls.

The visitors ultimately had the freedom to manipulate the displays as they wished.

The artists produced beautiful works. The show was a hit!Stay tuned for the next installation of similar interactive event!

Alaskan Residencies

Dan Butterworth has worked with Inuit communities in Alaska (Atqasuk, Shaktoolik, and Unalakleet). These residencies were organized by the state of Alaska. These in turn led to a trip to Pelly Bay, Canada. Here Dan showed a group how to make carved marionettes, how to string them and manipulate them. These trips have been a wonderful learning experience for all involved. There is hope that eventually a puppet show of Kivioq will be completed and can travel the arctic. Puppeteers from a number of communities could keep the stories alive.

GALLERY SHOWS

09

09

April
April

Dates: 09/04 - 05/05

Total Duration: 48h

Sundays, 08:00am - 12:00pm

12

FEBUARY

Dates: 09/04 - 05/05

Total Duration: 48h

Sundays, 08:00am - 12:00pm

Art Machines

was a gallery show in 2004, held at the Pawtucket Rhode Island visitor center gallery.

Each artist was given a box to add interactive displays.

Each box had slots on a 4 sides allowing for quick interactive controls.

The visitors ultimately had the freedom to manipulate the displays as they wished.

The artists produced beautiful works. The show was a hit!Stay tuned for the next installation of similar interactive event!

Alaskan Residencies

Dan Butterworth has worked with Inuit communities in Alaska (Atqasuk, Shaktoolik, and Unalakleet). These residencies were organized by the state of Alaska. These in turn led to a trip to Pelly Bay, Canada. Here Dan showed a group how to make carved marionettes, how to string them and manipulate them. These trips have been a wonderful learning experience for all involved. There is hope that eventually a puppet show of Kivioq will be completed and can travel the arctic. Puppeteers from a number of communities could keep the stories alive.

PERMANENT EXHIBITS

Butterworth performances & installations can be tailored to any specific location or celebration.

Large scale Town-Wide events includes award winning residencies with puppets geared to each age group.

Parades with flying puppets, hand and rod puppets, and now Wheelchair Puppetry can be formed around thematic subjects dear to any community as well.