Rotterdam theatre artist and educator Kathie diStefano employs participatory techniques and theatre art to create awareness with youth and seniors about the environment through creative strategies to recycle and make smart consumer decisions in Heijplaat in Rotterdam. She did an artist residency in Brooklyn-Curtis Bay in December 2013 and is returning to Baltimore area in fall 2015.
On September 26, 2015, she will give a workshop about trash and sustainability topics at Baltimore’s Creative Alliance as part of the daylong celebration of the 30th anniversary of Baltimore’s sister city relationships with Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and Xiamen, China. The daytime activities include performances and workshops for kids & adults; the evening features a reception.
More information about the Sept 26 event: baltimoresistercities.org/anniversary2015