Katie Dale-Everett works regularly with nurseries, primary and secondary schools, universities, and a variety of communities, as well as other leading dance-based organisations such as; Dance Woking as a facilitator.
These projects include developing new work, building confidence, and creating safe environments for troubled teenagers for YMCA, young people with learning disabilities, those attending youth services, living with cancer, residing in care homes, children's homes, and young offenders.
In addition to facilitating projects, Katie has assisted in developing other projects. This includes the ‘Art of Recovery’ by The Drive Project involving working with veterans, wounded, sick, and injured service personnel and their families.
Katie is always interested in working collaboratively with organisations that deliver life-changing work.
If you have a project that you would like to discuss, please get in touch, we would love to hear from you.
"Katie’s work has stood out from others working in the field of dance & technology in that she has a natural authentic approach to amalgamating the two. Digital is so embedded in her processes that there is a very satisfying & effortless result with the form of dance as a fertile bed of exploration. We have been fascinated by her thinking.”
- Sacha Lee, Artistic Director, The Point