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SEA’S INTEGRATED ARTS PROGRAM

With the guidance of professional Artist-teachers, students have the opportunity to learn about the arts to develop a collective art project. The objective of this program is to offer children and young adults a voice through the arts. This residency program is flexible and can be designed to meet the specific needs and goals of each class, grade or school. Schools have the option of choosing up to five different disciplines of the arts as well as choose from various themes and lesson plans. School residencies consists of three 45-60 minute workshops per day, taught by professional Artist/teachers. (5 to 20 week residencies available.)

SEA’S LITTLE PUPPET MUSEUM

Puppetry has always been a critical tool in SEA’s efforts to provide culturally enriching programs through the theater arts, as it constitutes a unique art form which consistently communicates without regards for differences in age, culture, ethnicity, language and education. Over the years, SEA has collected hundreds of puppets from around the globe, showcasing them at Teatro SEA. As part of a ongoing exhibitions, El Pequeño Museo del Títeres/Little Puppet Museum displays and educates the public about world puppetry. As the only museum dedicated to Latin American and Spanish puppetry in New York City, our museum fosters educational initiatives, as well as offers our patrons the opportunity to access, research and further explore puppetry, theatre and Latin American Arts & Culture.

TEATRO SEA @ THE CLEMENTE

107 Suffolk Street, Suite 202
New York, NY 10002
Email: sea@teatrosea.org
Phone: 212-529-1545

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