LA LLAVE MAESTRA, in parallel to its creative work, constantly carries out workshops and seminars of introduction, training and deepening to physical, visual and object theater, through its methodology of research and creation around movement, gesture and visual poetry.
We develop courses and seminars of acting and creative improvement for professionals of the performing arts, introductory courses and approach to theatrical creation for amateurs, educators and artists from other disciplines, courses specially designed for social risk groups such as immigrants and refugees, as well as spaces for laboratories, experimentation and reflection on the body, movement, nature and consciousness intertwined with professionals from various disciplines.
In these workshops we share our creative research methodology, which is mainly based on the observation of nature and its poetic transposition into the body and movement. We work with tools from physical gestural theater, dance, somatic techniques, visual arts, theories of play and visual poetry as a starting point towards the creation and communication of the performers with the audience.
During these years we have given courses for actors, dancers, circus artists and artists from other disciplines as well as to students, political refugees, immigrants and educators in Chile, Spain, Belgium, USA, France, Brazil, Costa Rica, Bolivia and Taiwan.
La Llave Maestra’s workshops are aimed at both professional and non-professional artists who want to learn the creative work methodology that the company has developed during its 13 years of experience around the poetry of image, gesture and objects.
The workshops are designed to be developed in short and intensive periods, especially taking advantage of the passage of the company with their works in various cities and countries during the development of the tours of their shows.
In this way, we have been able to give workshops for students, artists, amateurs, political refugees, immigrants, etc., throughout Chile, Spain, Brazil, Belgium, Costa Rica, Taiwan, France, the United States and Bolivia.