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Krinkl Theatre Million Puppet Project







Puppet count with Krinkl Theatre: 575

The Million Puppet Project is the biggest ever National Community event in Australia.  The world has been invited to join with individuals and community groups across Australia to create one million puppets to be exhibited in Perth during UNIMA 2008.


  1. To bring the community together in a common, fun and accessible pursuit to create puppets and in the process to generate interest in and understanding of the history and significance of the wide range of puppetry and associated arts practice.

  3. To create the largest exhibition of puppets in the world. The proposal has been accepted by Guinness World Records for a World Record Attempt. This exhibition will be in the first few days of the UNIMA 2008 Puppet Festival and Congress.

UNIMA 2008 and the Million Puppet Project is being coordinated by Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Fremantle WA with support from the City of Perth, Events Corp,  ArtsWA, LotteryWest, and Joomial.


All Puppets made were exhibited at the Starcout Theatre in Lismore on the 17th and 18th of August. For a special two days of Puppetry

Performances. Click here for full story.


Puppet Count


Yamba Arts and Cranft Inc 30 Malabugilmah Community 11
Kyogle Public School 160 Perces Creek Public School 20
Rous Public School 70 Wiangaree/Collins Creek Public Schools 33
Rosebank Public School 63 Coorabell Public School 31
Nungera Co-Operative 12 The Siddartha School 6
Grafton Regional Gallery 66 Kyogle Family Support Services 19
Big Scrub Rainforest Day 20 Kalumburu Aboriginal Co-Operation 34

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