Community Engaged Indigenous Artist/Educator


Community Engaged Indigenous Artist/Educator // This summer’s Apprentices will work remotely and online to assist with the development and presentation of Clay and Paper Theatre’s Third Eye Virtual Community Festival of Animated Storytelling. This program centres on art-making and storytelling activities for communities through the creation of short, DIY (Do-It-Yourself) miniature paper theatre shows. You will:

Call for Submissions – Too Short to Suck: Too Little Time to Die


TOO SHORT TO SUCK: TOO LITTLE TIME TO DIE Deadline: February 19, 2016 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Too Short to Suck is an evening dedicated to works-in-progress. The second edition of Too Short to Suck will be held March 11, 2016. This is an evening where people can perform in a low-pressure environment for an encouraging … Continue reading Call for Submissions – Too Short to Suck: Too Little Time to Die

Call for Submissions: W.I.P. Night!


On January 15th, 2016, Clay and Paper is hosting a Work-In-Progress Night — an entire evening dedicated to sharing new performances and projects! This is our invitation to you to perform short, work-in-progress or experimental pieces that fall somewhere within the categories of puppetry and/or street theatre. This evening is intended to be a space where people can … Continue reading Call for Submissions: W.I.P. Night!

Miniature Theatre Workshop – Open Call!


Miniature Theatre Workshop Hosted by Roberto Sainz De La Pena Montenegro Wednesday, September 16th from 1-4PM   Join us tomorrow afternoon for a workshop in miniature theatre with our visiting artist and puppeteer, Roberto. Miniature theatre, or toy theatre, was originally conceived in early 19th century Europe and quickly took hold as a popular and … Continue reading Miniature Theatre Workshop – Open Call!