Don’t miss this one-time opportunity to work with the award-winning international artists collective Kamchàtka!
Presented in collaboration with the Institut Ramon Llull.
Conceived by Kamchàtka (Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain), led by Adrian Schvarzstein
Discover Washington, DC for the first time or experience the city from a new perspective in Migrar, Kamchàtka’s site-specific journey that tackles the theme of immigration featuring DC participants.
This public street outing will be the culmination of a FREE five-day workshop in Washington, DC. We’re looking for up to 20 participants for this workshop, ideally a mix of intergenerational and multi-ethnic citizens. Students and artists are welcome, but participants of all ages can attend the workshop. No prior performance experience required.
The workshop will take place June 19 - 22, 2016 at Georgetown University with a final public street outing on June 22 at 5:00 p.m.
Workshop will be five hours per day (exact times TBD).
Participants must commit to the full workshop, and be available during the day on Wednesday, June 22. If you have any questions, please email Jojo Ruf.
The Kamchàtka street theatre company of Barcelona has a long history of experimenting and investigating art in public space, the social codes of communication and the theme of immigration. Visit kamchatka.cat for more information.
(Black and white photos above by Sylvie Bosc - Mon Oeil photographie.)
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