In the 2013-2014 program brochure from the Center for Puppetry Arts they listed both the Henson exhibits ("Wonders from his Workshop" and "Jim Henson: Puppeteer") as being available through August and September. Other exhibits are listed as being in those spaces afterward. I called the CPA and asked if they planned to exhibit any of those puppets elsewhere in the museum, and they said that no, that was not planned at this time. I told her that I'd miss 'em, that those were the reason I had a membership, so I could "visit" with them occasionally. She said, yeah, but puppets have to "rest," with the wear and tear of the light on 'em. (Um...yeah.) I know that puppetry is not all Muppets, but Henson's work popularized puppets, made them part of the cultural consciousness or whatever you call it. And, on a more practical level, the Muppets are a huge draw. Lots of people go to the museum so they can see Big Bird, Kermit, Red Fraggle, Ernie, Rowlf, and all the other Muppets & Henson puppets over there. They come for the Muppets and stay (hopefully) for the other puppets. I can see the CPA's revenue from individual and family memberships and museum admissions taking a hit because of this. Sigh. At least the Skeksis, Link Hogthrob, and Julius Strangepork will still be in the permanent exhibit (I assume), but that's hardly the same.