Patti Bradshaw (www.pattibradshaw.com), director, puppet artist and choreographer. Her work has been seen in NYC, Greece, Portugal and Japan. She was 2016 artist-in-residence at Brooklyn Studios for Dance where she premiered K and the Way, inspired by the writing of Kafka. Also in 2016, she premiered Flowers in Space inspired by the poetic persona Florine Stettheimer in New Dance Alliance’s Performance Mix Festival. Her work was presented in the 2011 Harkness Dance Festival at the 92nd St. Y for which she received a Project Grant from the Jim Henson Foundation. She was a multi-year member of St. Ann’s Puppet Lab and a recipient of a Barbara Bray Ketchum artist-in-residency Award at Sarah Lawrence College. Among other ventures she has performed as a puppeteer for Chris Maresca, danced with and directed Celeste Hastings’ Butoh Rockettes, performed with Poppo and the GoGo Boys and was a founding member of Pepatián with Merián Soto and Pepon Osorio.