Patrick Du Wors is a Canadian performance designer, working in a wide range of performance styles and scales of production. From site-specific opera to text-based work from the classical canon to contemporary devised work, Patrick’s work has been recognized across Canada and internationally. Patrick designed and curated the Canadian Exhibition Shared [private] Space at PQ2015 and served on the WSD2017 selection jury in the Emerging Artist category. Awards include the Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology (CITT) Award of Technical Merit for PQ2015 and multiple awards and nominations across Canada including the Dora Mavor Moore Awards (Toronto), Critic’s Choice Awards (Victoria), Betty Mitchel Awards (Calgary) and SATAwards (Saskatoon). As an educator and researcher, Patrick is an Assistant Professor at the University of Victoria in British Columbia. Patrick was also a member of the faculty at the University of Calgary from 2013 – 2016. He has been a guest artist or instructor at the National Theatre School of Canada, Ryerson Theatre School, George Brown, and Sheridan College. Patrick is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s MFA Theatre Design program and apprenticed with the Royal Shakespeare Company in the UK.