Erin Brubacher is Tarragon’s Director of Education. Previous roles in artistic facilitation include: live arts programming at The Arches, Glasgow; drama and visual arts curriculum design and instruction in Paris; and curating and event making within her own practice, with collaborators such as Public Recordings, as well as for festivals such as the SummerWorks and Rhubarb festivals in Toronto, and the Arches at St. Stephens at the Edinburgh Festival. Projects include: All Our Happy Days Are Stupid by Sheila Heti (Suburban Beast, 2013); Concord Floral written by Jordan Tannahill, created with Erin Brubacher and Cara Spooner (Suburban Beast at Canadian Stage and Theatre Passe Muraille 2012; Suburban Beast/ Whynot Theatre at the Theatre Centre 2014); Private Commute (CONTACT photography festival, 2012— featured exhibition with John Haney); Map Making/ Homecoming, exhibition and durational performance project (Communication Art Gallery/ Rhubarb Festival, 2011); Nightcap and Is that all there is? (for SummerWorks Live Art 2012/2011); and Borrel (Rozentheater Amsterdam, 2010). She is an outside eye for artists across disciplines, an artistic associate of Dora Award winning Suburban Beast. Erin holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts from Mount Allison University, a Bachelor of Education from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and an MA in International Performance Research, with distinction, jointly from the University of Warwick and University of Amsterdam.