Linda Brunelle has been working as a costume and set designer since 1990. Her work has been showcased on most of Quebec's stages ( Théâtre du Nouveau Monde, Théâtre d'Aujourd'hui, Théatre du Quat'sous, Place des Arts ...) as well as across Canada and around the world. Amongst these many creations are Cirque Éloize's, Nebbia directed by Daniele Finzi Pasca (2007) and ID, directed by Jeannot Painchaud (2009). In addition to her designing work for theater and circus, she has collaborated with directors and choreographers from Quebec, Canada and Europe, such as Claude Poissant, Martin Faucher, Lorraine Pintal, Alice Ronfard Gervais Gaudreault, Alexia Bürger, Ginette Laurin, Pierre-Paul Savoie, Hélène Langevin, Keith Turnbull, Vincent Goethals, Alain Knapp and others on various dance, film and opera projects . She represented Canada at the Prague Quadrennial for architecture, set design and the performing arts in 1999 and 2007. She has earned numerous awards and nominations, including the Canadian art Council Martyn Lynch-Staunton prize in 2008 for the outstanding quality of her body of work up to date. She has been teaching costume design at the National Theatre School of Canada since 2004.
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Costume at the Turn of the Century (1990 - 2015) - Moscow, Russia - AABSCTM - June-August 2015
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