World Dance, Choreography, Acro, Yoga, Visual Art & Design, Costuming, Crafts, Ceramics, Creative Coaching, Wellness, Mindfulness, Transformational Astrology.
A professional soloist, collaborating company dancer, and choreographer of cultural dance of the Middle East, Mediterranean, Eastern & Western Europe, North and West African diaspora, the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Polynesia, Skraba has given over a thousand dance performances at cultural festivals, events, and educational institutions including the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Festivals, Bowers Museum, Cal Plaza's Grand Performances, The Staples Center, California Traditional Music Society's Annual Solstice Folk Festival, universities, colleges, libraries, and schools and for years was a weekly soloist and house dancer at the Moroccan Palace, Dar Maghreb.
An Artist in Residence and dance & art instructor in Los Angeles & Orange County, schools, colleges, art studios and art non-profit programs, she shares her love of dance, movement, art, creativity and life though performing and teaches in studios and educational programs.
As a public and visual artist Skraba has produced public permanent art, earth works, site specific installations, and exhibitions of sculpture, drawings, costumes, and photography at museums, galleries and art spaces across the United States and beyond.
Exhibition hosts include:
Stoneview Nature Center Culver City, Eagle Rock Cultural Center, Annenberg Building, El Camino College, 18th Street Arts Center, First Street Gallery, Arroyo Arts Collective, Highways Performance Space, Loyola Marymount University, The Women’s Building; Forfest, an International Exhibition of art concerning the spiritual Czech Republic, Bread & Puppet Theater, Blue Mountain Center, The Palace Theatre, Armory Center for the Arts, Cherrydelosreyes Gallery, Side Street Projects, Electric Lodge, Huntington Beach Center for the Arts, Patricia Correia Gallery, The Laboratory, DA Center for the Arts Pomona, Bradbury Building, Society of Sculptors, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Allentown Art Museum, University of Bridgeport Gallery, San Angelo Museum of Art, San Angelo, Old Dominion University, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Exhibition, Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Women’s Work Gallery, St. John’s University Gallery, Bloomfield Artworks.
Kat acts as a cultural arts worker, designer, choreographer, dancer, curator, writer, project manager, and instructor of world dance, design, visual art, partner yoga, acro dance acro, acro yoga, movement and mixed level hatha yoga.
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