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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

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

New initiatives at CAPDO; Toronto Arts Council announces suspension of multidisciplinary arts funding; 2001 Dora Mavor Moore Nominees; Musical theatre degree program cancelled; New arts centre opens in Guelph; fFIDA introduces new programming; Royal Winnipeg Ballet tours Asia; Moving Pictures Festival tours to Paris; Video conferencing connects dancers in two cities; National Ballet announces promotions; Arabesque Dance Company attends international conference; New General Manager for CORPUS [Meredith Potter]; Website of the Month: fringe Festival of Independent Dance Artists: www.ffida.org

Our Nomadic Existence

By Bridget Cauthery

Dancing around the real estate market

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Nicole Fougère

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Major influx of federal money to arts and culture; Alvin Erasga Tolentino offers unique collaboraton; Last year for Chalmers Awards; World Leaders festival announced in Toronto; Ballet BC adopts harassment policy; New Executive Director of OAC [John Brotman]; Alberta Ballet sells out in Finland; Penny Olorenshaw says goodbye to TDT; Website of the Month: Julia Sasso: www.juliasasso.com

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

CORPUS goes for gold; Ontario artists honoured with arts awards [Allison Rees-Cummings; Marie Anne Longlade; Tina Pereira]; Moving On: Donna Peterson & Arwyn Carpenter; The show must go on: Toronto Dance Theatre’s Four at the Betty-O; RWB student ties for first in American competition [Lane Green]; NJAB [Not Just Any Body] conference proceedings published; Eaton Auditorium to be restored; Harbourfront & Dusk Dances announce up-coming seasons; Website of the Month: Danceworks: www.danceworks.ca

Short Waves

By Megan Andrews, Bridget Cauthery

Marie-Josée Chartier awarded a K.M. Hunter Artists Award; Dame Ninette de Valois dies at age 102; International Dance Day April 29th; fFIDA announces 2001 line-up; Principal dancer Andrea Boardman leaves Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal; Baroque and First Nations dance share the stage in BC; Executive Director Greg Elton resigns from Alberta Ballet; Karen Kain named an Officier des arts et lettres; Max Wyman and Rex Harrington appointed to the Order of Canada; Website of the Month: The Dance Current: www.thedancecurrent.com

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Peggy Baker’s Toronto show postponed; Mavis Staines named Artistic President Designate of the Prix de Lausanne; National Ballet celebrates fifty years; RWB dancer goes on Canadian trade mission; Dance festival in Halifax features artists from the east & west coasts; Simon Fraser University announces joint program with the National Ballet School; Changes at the OAC; Let’s Dance! to celebrate Vancouver’s Scotiabank Dance Centre; Dance thrives at Guelph’s River Run Centre; Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts; The Canada Dance Festival Society announces new festival producer; CBC premiers new weekly arts programming series; Website of the Month: Toronto Theatre Alliance: www.theatreintoronto.com

Making Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Jocelyn Snowdon

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Edmonton hosts Country Western Dance Championships; Arabesque Dance Co. takes a stand; Big break for three RWB students [Lane Green, Catriona Peggie, Stephanie Fucile]; Bengt Jörgen presents new work; NBoC’s Xiao Nan Yu is “one to watch”; CADA/BC announces training subsidy to members; Textile Museum of Canada hosts artist residencies; Dovercourt House Collective establishes new rehearsal space in Toronto; Dance teacher, Rita Warne MacDonald, dies at ninety-four; Website of the Month: Le Groupe Dance Lab: www.legroupe.org

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

OAC unveils new logo; 2000 Prix Alliance awarded to Don Shipley; National Ballet School unveils new model for expansion; 14 Remembered — in memory of the Montréal massacre; Ballet school established for deaf children [Jeff Baker, Ballet Theatre School for the Deaf]; Executive Director let go from RWB [Andrew Wilhelm-Boyles]; National Ballet breaks box office records; Mixed ability workshops and auditions held in Vancouver; Kaeja d’Dance films make festival tour; New Dance Horizons presents Bill Coleman and Laurence Lemieux; CINARS touring and presenting conference in Montréal

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