Puppet Animation Scotland strives to progress and innovate visual theatre, puppetry and animation through supporting practitioners and engaging with audiences and collaborators.
Whether programming the largest children’s theatre event in the UK or supporting new and developed practitioners through funding opportunities, we aim to encourage people from all backgrounds to engage with the outstanding work and possibilities of animation, puppetry and visual theatre.
Explore the innovative projects we work on to engage with creative practitioners and audiences of all abilities.
The Creative Fund provides artists, at any stage in their career, with access to funding to help explore a new idea or project in its most early stages.
The Critical Response Process is an artist-centered, facilitated system designed to provide constructive and meaningful feedback created by Liz Lerman.
Puppet Animation Scotland strives to be as environmentally friendly as possible, learn how here.
Learn about our projects enabling audiences and practitioners to engage with world-class visual theatre and animation, as well as sharing our work across the world.
Our annual professional development programme offering artists of any discipline the opportunity to integrate puppetry or object manipulation into their practice.
Whether this is your first time experimenting with puppetry, animation or visual theatre or if you're a trained professional, we’ll have something for you.