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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

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By Bridget Cauthery

Canadian Conference of the Arts reinstates annual national policy conferences; CCA presents National Arts Awards; Plans underway for Canada Dance Festival 2002; Actors’ Fund of Canada is not just for actors; Peggy Baker partners with University of Calgary Dance Program; Dance critic Aline Gélinas dies at age 45; RWB announces new general manger [Catherine McKeehan]; Canadian dance documentary wins award in New York [Betty Oliphant: A Life in Dance]; The Banff Centre announces new directors of dance [Annette av Paul, David LaHay]; Website of the Month: Actors’ Fund of Canada: http://www.actorsfund.ca

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Clea Iveson: On stage and off she’s a “company woman”

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Tanya Crowder

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By Bridget Cauthery

Proposed study on EI coverage for self-employed; International dance festival opens in Vancouver [Vancouver International Dance Festival]; Recognition for Debbie Wilson and OMO Dance Co.; More cancellations in the wake of September 11th; Ballet BC premieres new ballet by Dominique Dumais; Dance Saskatchewan presents professional meet and greet; Danse Danse receives financial aid from Québec government [LOMA]; OAC broadens arts education program; Well-World Dance Gala raises funds for charity; Website of the Month: Vancouver International Dance Festival: http://kokoro.bc.ca/vidfhome.htm

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Mi Young Kim: celebrating a legacy

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By Bridget Cauthery

Aftermath from September 11th, 2001; Québec artists take centre stage in New York [Bill Coleman and Laurence Lemieux; Dominique Porte; O Vertigo; Compagnie FLAK]; Studio 303 and New Dance Alliance co-present Québec performance artists; Brian Macdonald recipient of first Walter Carsen Prize; FIND wraps up and announces award winners [Russell Maliphant; Marie Chouinard; Thomas Lehmen]; CBC’s Opening Night held over for second season; Julia Sasso finds a partner in Harbourfront; Presenters express concern over changes to funding; CCA conference planned for November; New performance/production company founded in Vancouver [Movement Enterprises]; Artists’ Health Centre to open in Spring 2002; Canada’s Nandan – William Lau; Website of the Month: Movement Enterprises: www.movent.ca

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By Bridget Cauthery

Mikko Nissinen resigns from Alberta Ballet to join Boston Ballet; Let’s Dance! Scotiabank Dance Centre open for business; Pina Bausch comes to Toronto for World Leaders Festival; Judge rules in favour of Graham Center and school; Canada Council suspends program in response to new DCH funds; Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers present Mexican dance company; New ballet company in Mississauga [Mississauga City Ballet; Max Ratevossian]; National Ballet launches fiftieth anniversary season with tour of Romeo & Juliet; Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal announces new season; Website of the Month: Official website of Harbourfront’s World Leaders: A Festival of Creative Genius [events and activities related to Pina Bausch’s visit to Toronto]: http://www.worldleadersfestival.com/events/hommages/bausch.html

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By Bridget Cauthery

Dance schools targeted by Canada Customs and Revenue Agency; International Network for Cultural Diversity urges world leaders to respect culture; CanDance holds regional symposium in Vancouver; Right to dance protest in Edmonton; Harbourfront festival to success [Kick Up Your Heels… Your Chance to Dance!]; Les Grands Ballets cancels performances in Québec City and Toronto; CORPUS wins gold for Canada at Jeux de la Francophonie; Rachel Browne and Andrew de Lotbinière Harwood winners of Lemieux Prize; BC Hydro announces recipients of Dance Awards [Annemarie Cabri; Constance Cooke; Anne Cooper; Chick Snipper; Ron Stewart; Kim Tuson]; COBA withdraws from Toronto Street Festival; Website of the Month: CanDance: www.candance.ca / www.candanse.ca

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By Bridget Cauthery

Nigel Garnett

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Perseverance: the story of Newton Moraes

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