Erin Brubacher is a multidisciplinary artist.
Her work as a director, theatre-maker and photographer has been presented by The National Arts Centre (Ottawa), The PUSH International Performance Festival (Vancouver), Canadian Stage (Toronto), Nightwood Theatre (Toronto), The Aga Khan Museum (Toronto), The CONTACT Photography Festival (Toronto), Harbourfront Centre's World Stage (Toronto), The Kitchen (NYC), The Edinburgh International Festival (Edinburgh) and others. She has both published and forthcoming bookworks with Gaspereau Press and Book *hug Literary Publishers.
Brubacher is an internationally established educator, having designed and facilitated artistic learning experiences and programming in contexts including secondary schools, universities, conservatories, galleries, theatres and arts organizations such as the Arches (Glasgow), Tarragon Theatre (Toronto) and The National Theatre School (Montreal).
Brubacher holds a BA in Fine Arts from Mount Allison University; a BEd from Memorial University of Newfoundland; and a practiced-based M.A., with distinction, in International Performance Research jointly from the University of Warwick and University of Amsterdam.
She has lived in ten cities; her peripatetic practice is now based in Toronto.
photo by Phillipa Croft