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Puppets-In-Residence

The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts is home to award-winning puppets and puppeteers appearing on stage, on television, and in our community.

Blueberry’s Clubhouse

Blueberry’s Clubhouse is an original television series for young viewers and families created by the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

  • Image courtesy of Arkansas PBS.

The series follows Blueberry, a curious puppet, as she guides young Arkansans through engaging and insightful activities at Camp Onomatopoeia. Blueberry and friends explore the stories, animals, and laughs found in the Natural State – including visits to the Mosaic Templar’s Cultural Center, Mid America Science Museum, Central Arkansas Library System, and other exciting Arkansas destinations.

AMFA created, voiced, and manipulated the puppets, designed and built the sets, and fabricated props to create television magic with Arkansas PBS on Blueberry’s Clubhouse.

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Flurffy and Friends

Meet Flurffy, the lovable pink dog and puppet-in-residence at AMFA who loves to explore new areas of the Museum grounds with a friend or two in tow.

With puppets like Flurffy, AMFA’s professional puppeteers and performers lead guests through an immersive and interactive experience of puppetry, music, storytelling, and art. Designed by an award-winning puppet artist and accompanied by original music from composer Santiago Velarde, Flurffy and Friends create memorable moments guests will cherish for a lifetime.