Workshops & Talks
Workshops & Talks
Katie Etheridge is available to give talks and lead workshops both in person and online.
Areas of interest and experience include Socially Engaged Arts Practice, Ice-breaking and Group Bonding, Performance Skills for Visual Artists and Site-Based Performance Practices.
Katie has delivered workshops and talks for organisations including:
- Arts Development Company + SEAFAIR Culture³ Seminar, Dare to be Different– Socially Engaged Practice, Social Action and Social Impact. Talk – ‘Face to Face in NotLondon. How can small acts make a big difference?’ (2019)
- Falmouth University School of Film & Television, BA Animation & Visual Effects. Workshop – Performance Skills for Animators (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
- Falmouth University School of Architecture, BA Architecture. Workshop – Sensing Place: Performance, Architecture, Weather (2017)
- B- Side Symposium – Resonant Terrains. Talk – ‘From Super Local to Professional Stranger: Experiments in temporary communities, temporary inhabitations, and temporary tattoos’ (2013)
- 2008 DIY 5: The Other Way Works, Clent Hills, Birmingham. Professional development workshop for West Midlands artists exploring the possibilities of site specific performance in a rural location (2008)
Katie creates a learning environment that aims to support, challenge and enthuse emerging artists to find and develop their own creative languages and forms of expression through exposure to a wide range of practices, theories, methodologies, and experiences. Katie’s teaching models a creative process driven by practice-based, process-led enquiry within which students are encouraged to develop a sense of responsibility for their own learning as autonomous practitioners.
Specialisms: Site-based and contemporary performance practices, Live Art, Cross-disciplinary practices, Socially Engaged practice, professional development for emerging artists.
2009 – 2015 Associate Lecturer in Theatre, Falmouth University [formally University College Falmouth, incorporating Dartington College of Arts]
BA Hons Dance with Visual Practice (First Class), University of Brighton (2001)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
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