Caroline Caire is a performing arts manager who has worked for different organizations since 2010 in France, Canada and Switzerland.
She first came to Canada volunteering for various festivals in Montréal, and ended up working as a programming and production coordinator for Zoofest, as well as a project manager at Bite Size Entertainment managing the creative process of promotional campaigns for Juste pour rire, Just For Laughs and Zoofest. Before moving to Canada in 2016, she worked in Geneva as an administration and production coordinator for Tutu Production, working closely with Swiss contemporary choreographers and theatre directors, where she really discovered the joy of collaborating with passionate artists on dance projects.
She spent her first two years in Toronto working at the Dance Umbrella of Ontario as their Manager of Producing and Administration, where she had the privilege to work for Dusk Dances, BoucharDanse, Bill Coleman, Marie-Josée Chartier, Subtle Technologies, Throwdown Collective, to name a few. During this incredibly rich experience, she got to discover, know, appreciate and love the artistic work of BoucharDanse.
She recently started a new professional route – teaching French as a second language – but kept a foot in dance, working as a freelance agent for Swiss contemporary dance companies.
She is very honoured and excited to be part of BoucharDanse board of directors as their new volunteer treasurer!