Chris Green

Performing Arts, 2009

Chris M. Green is an interactive exhibit designer and puppeteer. His theatrical and installation works have been presented over the past 14 years in venues including The Philadelphia Museum of Art, St. Ann’s Warehouse, Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Peabody Essex Museum, Haus der Kulturen der Welt and Lincoln Center, among others. Since 2005, his design collective, Chris Green Kinetics, has received awards of excellence from the American Association of Museums and Themed Entertainment Association, a Regional Design Award from AIA, grants from TCG/ITI and the Jim Henson Foundation, and commissions ranging from Disney Imagineering to the United Nations. Notable projects include Noah’s Ark at the Skirball in Los Angeles and a commission with the New York School Construction Authority for a permanent outdoor public artwork designed in collaboration with 52 students using precast skate-park components. Green was awarded a 2012 Fellowship at the MacDowell Colony to begin post-production work for his independent film project, Mega-Delhi Sublime.

Awards and Accomplishments


Green has residency at MacDowell Colony


Green premieres a re-imagined version of Stravinsky's Firebird, commissioned by the Little Orchestra Society and choreographed by David Neumann, at Lincoln Center