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Bridget Cauthery

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Bridget Cauthery is a researcher, teacher and arts consultant based in Toronto. She holds a Masters degree in dance ethnography from York University where her research was nominated for a university thesis award, and she was recently awarded her doctorate from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom. Bridget is the Company Manager for Toronto Dance Theatre. 

Bridget Cauthery's Work

Social Studies

By Bridget Cauthery

Building Blocks of Culture: Our Nomadic Existence Part II

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Canada Council announces Canada Dance Repertoire CD-ROM; PPF Summit of Artistic Directors a success; Aboriginal hoop dance champion performs in Toronto [Lisa Odjig; Native Women in the Arts]; Parahumans Dance Theatre tours to UK; Frankfurt city council threatens to shut down Ballett Frankfurt; Canadian Heritage announces Cultural Capital Awards; Toronto Arts Council announces 2002 Foundation Awards; Magdalena Popa honoured by Romanian government; BC Hydro presents twenty-two dance awards; National Ballet of Canada announces winners of the Erik Bruhn Prize; Website of the Month: Performance Technologies Network: http://ptn.organical.ca

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Robin Szuch: dancing in the air

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Canadian Conference of the Arts announces new Board of Governors; CORPUS tours to Benin, West Africa; Peterborough New Dance’s Emergency festival celebrates ten years; Dances for a SMALL Stage revived in Vancouver; Toronto Dance Theatre tour a success; Banff Centre partnership with Ballet BC; Dusk Dances announces program for 2002; Dance Danse announces 2002/2003 season; Harbourfront’s World Moves announces 2002/2003 season; Royal Winnipeg Ballet announces new season; DanceWorks announces 2002/2003 season; Website of the Month: Canada Dance Festival: www.canadadance.ca

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

2002 Canada Dance Festival unveils programming; New national service organization for dance in Canada [The Canadian Dance Assembly/L’Assemblée canadienne de la danse]; Province forces closure of Nova Scotia Arts Council; New professional ballet company launched in New Brunswick [Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada]; Myles Warren appointed Dance Officer at OAC; National Ballet 50th Anniversary Season update; People in the news [David Duclos; Julie Bianchi; Donna Krasnow; Megan Andrews]

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Gateway to Québec dance [Regroupment québécois de la danse]; Valerie Wilder leaves National Ballet of Canada; New network highlights technologies and the body [Performance Technologies Network]; Debut recording by the Orchestre des Grands Ballet Canadiens de Montréal [The Queen of Spades]; Alberta Ballet announces new artistic director [Jean Grand-Maître]; Jane Marsland wins Tulloch Award for innovation in the arts; fFIDA 2002 programming announced; McMaster University hosts urban dance competition; New Chalmers Program announced; Website of the Month: Regroupement québécois de la danse: www.québecdanse.org

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Shuffling the Deck: new faces in the federal government; Saskatchewan dancer wins a prestigious Prix de Lausanne [Matthew Golding]; Cuts to the arts in BC; Department of Canadian Heritage announces new program; Dance Ontario and Le Groupe Dance Lab recipients of Trillium funding; World premiere of CJ8 film documentary [CJ8 Country in a Body]; New Work explores the imaginative possibilities of aboriginal performance [Red Sky; Sandra Laronde; Peter Chin]; Benjamin Hatcher recipient of Clifford E. Lee Choreography Award; Website of the Month: Greater Vancouver Alliance for Arts and Culture: www.allianceforarts.com

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Lucy Rupert: focused on the future

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Dancemakers receives Lieutenant Governor’s Awards; Moving Pictures winners go on tour [Sola; Jealous Guy; Ere Mela Mela; Le Mystere Babillée]; Arabesque Dance Company holds Arab-Canadian fundraiser; Theatre director and critic Urjo Kareda dies at age 57; Kaeja d’Dance launches Kd’D2; Canada Council announces plans for new arts funding; Ontario Arts Council program receives $50,000 to help arts organizations; Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists launches Training Subsidy Pilot Project; Website of the Month: www.artscanada.cbc.ca

Social Studies

By Bridget Cauthery

A New Year’s gift to Toronto: Dance Ontario’s Dance Weekend

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