Karen Zasloff is an artist, puppeteer and educator. For the past ten years she has designed, built and performed original shows in museums, theaters and public spaces in New York City, Massachusetts and Vermont. These have included PS1 Contemporary Art Center, St. Ann’s Warehouse, PS122, Here Arts Center and the Ontological Theater. Outdoor performances have included several summers in the States and abroad with The Bread and Puppet Theater and Chicago’s RedMoon Theater, and a project on Staten Island for the New York City Housing Authority. Her drawings are currently featured in the documentary, Banished, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year. She studied Design for Stage and Film at the Tisch School of the Arts, and is now studying performance at the Gallatin School at NYU. She has taught English, Art and Drama for many years in New York City public schools and community centers.
Let's Put On a Puppet Show
as author at MIT 4.301 Introduction to the Visual Arts - Spring 2007,
together with: John Bell, Linda Norden,