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Death of LI Yuchao

China - 3/04/2014

It’s with sadness that UNIMA has learned the death of the former Secretary General of UNIMA China, LI Yuchao. A passionate advocate for the puppetry art in China, former director of China Guangdong Puppet Troupe and former deputy chairman of China Shadow Play Art Institute, he passed away on 2 April 2014. The General Secretary expresses its sincere condoleances to […]

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Council 2014: press review

Cuba - 1/04/2014

We invite you to discover a small cuban press review on the next UNIMA Council, organized in Varadero (Cuba), 22-24 april 2014. > Press review (in spanish) > Website of Council 2014 > General programme > Programme for UNIMA councillors

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Death of Asep Sunandar Sunarya

The famous indonesian puppeteer Asep Sunandar Sunarya passed away on 31 March 2014. Indonesian Dalang, he came in Charleville-Mézières (France), at Margareta Niculescu’s invitation (1995), for a workshop, “Puppet Wayang Golek” organized for the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts de la Marionnette.   UNIMA joins à ESNAM to express its condolences to the family.

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Pelusín el mensajero #1-2014

Cuba - 27/03/2014

We invite you to discover the first issue of Cuban National Centre for 2014, Pelusín el mensajero. > Read the issue (in Spanish) During the World Puppetry Day, March, 21st 2014, after reading the international message, UNIMA Cuba and the Festival team have presented the 11th edition of International Puppet Festival of Matanzas (XI Taller Internacional de Títeres de Matanzas, Cuba) and the Council of UNIMA […]

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New issue of Sutradhar review

India - 13/03/2014

UNIMA is pleased to invite you to discover the new issue of the Indian National Centre review, Sutradhar. In summary: Tradition and Transformation: Leather Puppetry in Karnataka. An Interview with Margareta Niculescu. Charleville-Mézières – The Mecca For Puppeteers. The Window – Looking In, Looking Out. Different Approaches to Iranian Puppetry. > Read the review

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