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Slam Panel: A discussion about Puppet Slams

Co-Moderators Brendan Schweda and Anatar Marmol- Gagne

Deborah Hunt – Titeretada de Noches – San Juan, Puerto Rico
Liz Joyce – Puppets After Dark – Garden City, New York
Jenny Romaine – Great Small Works – New York, New York
Ailin Ruiz – Puppet Slam Mexico – Sonora, Mexico
Christine Papalexis – Puppetzilla – Los Angeles, California
Michael Lamason – Puppet Slamwich – Baltimore, Maryland

ANATAR MARMOL-GAGNE is from Caracas, Venezuela. She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Puppet Arts from the University of Connecticut, and a BA in English/ Creative Writing from Hunter College. Her strong background in art, dance, writing, fiber and fabrication all come together seamlessly with her love for puppetry.  She has trained at the National Puppetry Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, designed puppets for The Dramatic Question Theater, performed at Dixon Place, Lyric Hall, Black Cherry Puppet Theater, Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry, festivals, puppet slams and is the founder and curator of The Pinned & Sewtured Puppet Slam.  Her short film  “The Moment Has Yet To Come” premiered at the 2017 Reel Puppetry Film Festival at the Puppeteers of America National Puppet Festival. Her work has also been featured in multiple art shows and solo shows.  She has designed puppets for The Dramatic Question Theater, Yale, Boston Pops, performed at festivals, toured multiple states, and is the founder and curator of The Pinned & Sewtured Puppet Slam.  She is currently the Artist-In-Residence at Artspace in New Haven, CT.