ABOUT

Katrina Wolfe is an interdisciplinary artist and teacher. Her various practices are integrated in live performances involving sound making installations and costumes which are altered by the moving body over the course of one to several hours. Her movement practice combines Butoh dance with aspects of  meditation and sculpture. After years of drawing and painting, Katrina began to study figurative sculpture in 2006, later teaching and exploring sculpture in a variety of styles and mediums. In 2012, three years after being introduced to Butoh, Katrina began taking intensive workshops with Atsushi Takenouchi and training with Joan Laage in Seattle. She was also greatly inspired by the teaching of Daisuke Yoshimoto, and the work and footage of Butoh founder Tatsumi Hijikata. Katrina has recently opened Studio Ma in Seattle Washington, where she teaches Butoh workshops twice weekly and performs.

Movement arts

Theater Performances
Site Specific
Collaborations

Visual Arts

Paintings & Drawings
Sculpture
Photography

Calendar

Workshops

Workshop Series at Studio Ma (January – March)

Katrina Wolfe
Mondays, 6:00-8:30pm
Fridays, 10:00-12:30pm

Donations are appreciated.

Please RSVP to keenawolfe@gmail.com or call (206) 612-4687 if you have not previously attended a workshop with Katrina, or have any questions.

Performances

February 29th

Katrina Wolfe & Joey Largent
Butoh, Installation & Live Sound

8:00pm, doors at 7:30.

Date Rescheduled for Early April, TBA

Duet with Joan Laage & Katrina Wolfe
Music by Michael Shannon & Joey Largent
Butoh, Installation & Live Sound

8:00pm, doors at 7:30.

 
Donations for all events at Studio Ma are appreciated.

 

Please RSVP to keenawolfe@gmail.com or call 206 612 4687 if you plan to attend a performance, or have any questions.

Contact

Directions

Studio Ma (4332 University Way) is located off the corner of 45th and University Way. ENTER FROM THE ALLEY. It is a grey building with a black metal fence, just north of the back entrance of the University Bookstore. Enter the gate, and go up the ramp to the door straight ahead.