Time and time again, people in the community contact the Center for Puppetry Arts asking if they have a puppet that can make an appearance at different festivals and events around the Atlanta area. Unfortunately the answer has always been “NO”, but not for long.
The Center for Puppetry Arts has been able to participate in community events, by offering Puppet factories, coupons, and information booths. The Center for Puppetry Arts wants to be able to do more and they are working on a big project and they need the community’s help. They are trying to create a life size puppet named Sockly. Once built, Sockly will be able to bring life and excitement to the community.
Help design and build this larger than life representative of the Center for Puppetry Art by making a donation here. Your donation will help fund the cost of materials, design, and building of Sockly.
With Sockly, the Center For Puppetry Arts will be able to have more of a presence in the community by being visually engaging and bringing joy to all.