Julie Théberge (CAN)

”A/R/Tographer (Artist, Researcher, teacher), Julie Théberge holds a BA in Psychology, as well as a BA and MA in Visual Arts. She is currently a doctoral candidate in a customized doctorate in arts and medicine at Laval University. Her research lies at the confluence of visual arts, social circus and medicine, and focuses on how a circus show about rural health services acts as a vehicle for scientific communication.
Singer in the band Headache24 and a DIY artist, Julie is also an experienced lecturer, trainer, and facilitator. She has conducted workshops and given presentations in diverse locations including Kuujjuaq, Montreal, Toronto, Seattle, and Bucharest, covering topics ranging from social art, arts and wellbeing to the arts in healthcare. She also coordinated and animated Cirque du Monde workshops, a Cirque du Soleil’s social action program, at the Centre Communautaire et Résidentiel Jacques-Cartier in Québec City, Canada.
Julie Théberge co-founded, alongside Dr. Richard Fleet, the Bleuciel Division of the Research and Innovation Chair in Emergency Medicine (Laval University). This initiative brings together artists, healthcare professionals, decision-makers, and community members to integrate arts-based research into healthcare practices and foster collaborative community engagement.”

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