Kat Skraba is an interdisciplinary visual artist and ethnic dancer who has taught both international ethnic dance and visual and folk art for well over a decade to students of all ages in schools, residency programs, juvenile prison, continuing education, colleges, and art studios.
has exhibited her
sculpture, drawings, and other contemporary art throughout the United States and internationally, and has curated numerous exhibitions of contemporary and performance art in colleges, cultural centers and galleries.
has given hundreds of performances both as a solo ethnic dancer and in collaboration with Occidental College Folk and Historical Dance Troupe, Arab-esque and Esmerani Middle Eastern Ensembles, and Kárpátok Hungarian Ensemble.
has taught cultural dance from many regions of Europe, the Middle East, North America, Africa and Polynesia.
Kat earned her M.F.A. from Claremont Graduate University in Performance Art and a B.F.A. in Visual Art, Art Education and Ethnic Dance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
enjoys continued travel and research on ethnic dance, song, and traditional folk art and costume.