Touring workshops

katie bilboa 2008

Katie has taught all over the world. Her workshop can be organised in institutions of art, theaters, festivals and freelance studios. Workshops are usually five days, four hours per day with no more than 25 students. Katie can do as little as one day if the space is only able to sustain this, however she does insist that workshops are at least four hour sessions.

Katie can accept students from all performance art backgrounds and professional levels. Her only concern is that anyone who studies in her workshop have a deep interest in the material she will be sharing with the students.

Workshops can be booked in relationship to performance commissions with Magpie and/or workshops can lead toward a performance with the student group if their is sufficient time given for the process.

Katie Duck workshop

Katie Duck has been investigating theater, dance and music with live performance for over 30 years.  In her workshop, she takes a microscopic view on the role improvisation plays in a live performance combining her background in the performing arts with her curiosity for advances in brain studies, music and movement research. Research material=What I like [...]