Collaboration has fueled my creative process and gifted me with some of my richest and most memorable artistic experiences.
I look forward to more.
Cordova Community Residency (2017)
A week-long residency in Cordova, AK, working with Current Rhythms Dance Company, culminated in a public performance which included a 32 member multi-generational cast of community dancers and musicians. The performance featured the musical “The Elephant and the Monkey Could Swing,” written, choreographed, and directed by Katherine Kramer.
National Water Dance Project
While working as a Guest Artist at University of Alaska, Anchorage from 2012 to 2014, I collaborated with Momentum Dance Collective, local dancers, and musicians, and the local Native Alaskan community in creating an event which was part of a live-stream national project, raising awareness of water issues.
One of 10 collaborations between 2002 and 2012 with visual artist and puppeteer Pablo Cano. Commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami, FL.
“Our concepts and ideas never ceased to grow and evolve. [Katherine's] sense of timing, professionalism and attention to every detail made it possible for our MOCA marionette productions to be critically acclaimed on pages of Miami New Times and The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald." -Pablo Cano
Sleying the Reed: A Moving Meditation on Global Violence Against Women (2013)
Director of collaboration with choreographers Joanne Barrett, Priscilla Hensley Holthouse, Becky Kendall, Irenerose Antonio, Teresa Liu, Bonnie Morring and Stephanie Wonchala.
Stop Look Listen (2008)
Director of collaborative project with tap dancers, Katherine Kramer and Carson Murphy, contemporary dancers, Joanne Barrett and Ilana Reynolds, and musicians Kenneth Metzker, Fabio Patino, Max Farber, Allison Irvine, Diogo Brown Bass and Camilo Tumbao.
A Shout at the Dawn (2010)
Collaboration with filmmaker Susannah Newman. 15-minute short film based on Katherine's work, “Stop Look Listen.”