Kate Freer

Kate Freer is a multimedia designer and video artist for theater, film, and installations. Off-Broadway and Downtown: Around the World in 80 Days (The New Theater at 45th Street); PS Jones and the Frozen City (The New Ohio); Cry for Peace: Voices from the Congo (La Mama, Undesirable Element Festival); Bullet for Adolph (New World Stages); Chimera (HERE, Under the Radar 2012); Václav Havel's Hunt For the Pig (3LD, Ice Factory Festival 2011). Regional: Fahrenheit 451 (Aquila Theatre); Stuck Elevator (American Conservatory Theater); The Mountaintop (CenterStage); The Clean House (Syracuse Stage); Holiday Review (Oregon Ballet Theater). Her installation work has been exhibited at the National Building Museum, The Hammond Museum, 3LD, Front Room Gallery, and the World Wide Words Festival (Denmark). She has taught workshops at Harvard University, Syracuse University, Wesleyan, and New York University. Kate is a founding partner of Imaginary Media Artists.