SELECTED WORKSHOPS AND FACILITATION:
As part of Walking:Holding Rosana leads a workshop that explores identity, intimacy and how these intersect with experiences of public space. She has facilitated this work shop with diverse groups of participants across the world for the past five years. Normally this is with the people who take part in the performance, but she can offer a similar workshop outside of the context of the live performance.
The Safety Map
Through my work with Walking:Holding I was invited to create ‘The Safety Map’ in collaboration with leading UK queer arts programmers, Pink Fringe, funded and supported by The Police. This was a cartographic project that creatively facilitated a context for LGBT experiences of the city to be recorded with the aim of spreading more awareness of hate crime and influencing police decisions and policies.
Sex and Children – Queer Live Art for Young People
A four day workshop co-facilitated with Eilidh MacAskill in partnership with the Live Art Development Agency and The National Theatre Studio. The workshop was for other artists and makers to explore radical live art practices for children that explore gender and sexuality.
Autobiographical Performance Making – Contact Theatre
A one day workshop for young makers exploring different methods of creating autobiographical performance, using the process of creating Sister as a starting point.
Allsorts Performance Workshops
Rosana lead a series of performance workshops for adults with learning difficulties at the Allsorts sessions with Heart n Soul.
My Big Sister’s Gonna Teach Us To Lap Dance
A three day practical workshop co-facilitated with Amy Cade exploring different feminist ideas surrounding stripping, in partnership with the Live Art Development Agency and Fierce.