After completing her training in administration, Claire began working as a finance officer. She then became involved in Montreal’s artistic community, applying her experience in administration and management to her work with a number of artists and companies. She is highly motivated by the values of support, inclusion, innovation and community involvement.
Specialized in management and stagecraft, Samuel has several years of experience in cultural projects, especially in the performing arts. He works with various management, creation, production and dissemination teams, and with multiple dance artists.
Choreographer and performer, Clara draws on a wealth of artistic experiences to bring a fresh perspective to bear on supporting our cultural ecosystem and its members. Under a three-year contract, she designs, creates and provides activities for artists.
With a double background in dance and international relations, Manole is moving towards team management, administration and strategy. By combining her experiences and her passion for the performing arts, she wishes to contribute to the exploration of contemporary dance and to the encounter between artists.
After theatrical studies, Florence specialized in production, tour direction and in the management of cultural organizations (dance, theater, circus). Artist at heart, it is with passion and dedication that she supports creators in the accomplishment and development of their projects.
With a background in communications strategy, Quentin’s wide-ranging experience includes communications in the fields of tourism, culture, sports, community organizations and social causes. Drawing from his diverse background, Quentin is committed to sharing his experience in support of projects across the artistic community.
In effect through to June 2023, this peer group has been invited to meet every two months to reflect on the issues and needs in the arts and performance fields. Members of the Reflection committee also sit on the jury allocating the residencies offered by Parbleux.
Service design consultant and certified coach
Simon Vinh began his career in the digital arts. Now a service designer, he helps organizations identify customer needs and create human-focused experiences. A classically trained flautist, he is driven by a great love for the performing arts.
Trained in literature and journalism, Luce works in cultural media and has over 30 years’ experience in dissemination at the Centennial Theatre in Sherbrooke. Winner of the RIDEAU Reconnaissance Award and three Opus Awards from the Conseil Québécois de la musique, she works tirelessly to support artists.
Associate Lawyer — Lavery Lawyers
Ouassim Tadlaoui is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution group at Lavery Lawyers. The focus of his practice is on banking litigation, restructuring, bankruptcy, insolvency and construction surety bonds. He works within a number of organizations, helping bridge the gap between business and the arts.
Lawyer — BLG Lawyers
Éloïse’s practice focuses on bankruptcy, insolvency and corporate restructuring. She is also called upon to act in civil and commercial litigation cases. Involved in community activities, she is committed to the cultural sector and its promotion.