Audrey-Anne Bouchard - Teaching Artist, Production Design & Technical Arts

Audrey-Anne works as a lighting designer for both dance and theatre productions in Montreal and abroad. In 2016, she received a META (Montreal English Theatre Awards) nomination for Outstanding lighting design for her work on the play Another Home Invasion (Tableau d’hôte Theatre). From 2009 to 2011, she lived in France and then Belgium where she completed a master’s degree on the integration of video projection into new artistic practices and their effect on the sensory perceptions of both performers and spectators. In addition to working as a lighting designer, Audrey-Anne also develops her own creative projects. Since 2016, she has focused on making the arts more accessible and leads the Au-delà du visuel research project, which aims to create a show for blind, partially sighted and sighted spectators. Camille: un rendez-vous au-delà du visuel, a show she co-wrote and directed, was sold out last September at the MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels). Audrey-Anne specializes in making the arts more accessible to all and strives to integrate accessible practices into the creative process. She occasionally teaches lighting design at Concordia University and coaches production direction and lighting design at the National Theatre School of Canada.

Photo Credit: David Ward Updated: July 13, 2022

Teachers in Production Design & Technical Arts

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