photo by Wanda Martin

Here’s the spot for all the links and info that we’ve found during our coordination of the Puppet Power:Story 2018 conference.  Just to seed some of the ‘Deep Thought’ that we encourage during the conference.

Let us know if you’ve stumbled on something interesting to know. We’d love to add it to the list!

Haven’t registered for the conference yet? yet?  Here’s the link

This video “The Danger of a Single Story” provided some of our background ideas for the conference:

Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today. —Robert McKee

Stories have power. They delight, enchant, touch, teach, recall, inspire, motivate, challenge. They help us understand. They imprint a picture on our minds. Want to make a point or raise an issue? Tell a story.  Janet Litherland


Beginning with Native oral stories, King weaves his way through literature and history, religion and politics, popular culture and social protest, in an effort to make sense of North America’s relationship with its Aboriginal peoples.



Explore, create and learn, all through the power of puppetry.