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Background Information

Employment History

Storytellers' pages


University of Toronto


Recorder Teacher

Toronto Board of Education


Affiliations

Storytelling Toronto

Member


Celtic Bards

Member


Baden Storytelling Guild

Member


Education

M.Sc.

Behavioural Sciences and Management


degree

music


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www.torontostorytellingfestival.ca

Judy Caulfield
Judy Caulfield photo by Paul Caulfield As a teacher/storyteller, Judy Caulfield has used storytelling extensively in school settings for three decades. Judy has presented workshops on becoming a storyteller and using storytelling with students. She has told in a variety of venues. She has been telling traditional tales at Goderich's Celtic Roots Festival for nearly twenty years. She has also told at the Toronto Storytelling Festival, the Heart & Hand Festival, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Peel Heritage Complex, Toronto's Nuit Blanche, at conferences and school events and in classrooms. She is a member of the Baden Storytelling Guild. Currently, Judy teaches Language Arts to student teachers at OISE/UToronto. After receiving her M.Sc. in Behavioural Sciences and Management, Judy returned to university and earned a degree in music. From 1991-1996 she taught recorder for the Toronto Board of Education, writing children's stories during the summers. She also discovered that she was a natural ventriloquist. Judy's presentations are unique, for she tells her stories using ventriloquist dolls and puppets. The most common questions that she is asked are, "How do your puppets talk? and "Are they real? Both adults and children are captivated by the magic of ventriloquism. Since 1997, Judy has presented her tales in many schools and for different organizations within the Toronto area. She also performed as part of the 20th, 23rd and 30th Annual Toronto Festival of Storytelling, at the 23rd Labrador Creative Arts Festival, at Earthday Celebrations at Harbourfront Centre, at Word on the Street, and at The Franklin Children's Garden. Judy was the ventriloquist coach/consultant for Factory Theatre's production of The Ventriloquist by Larry Tremblay, performed at the 2008 Ashkenaz Festival, at the Latitudes Storytelling Festival, June 2011, and at the Dunnville Rotary River Arts Festival November, 2011. Judy Caulfield


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Judy Caulfield


torontostorytellingfestival.ca

Judy Caulfield
Judy Caulfield has been telling stories for over three decades. From school settings, to libraries, to festivals, and to informal song and story circles, Judy delights in sharing and exploring stories with different audiences. She is a member of the Baden Storytelling Guild and Storytelling Toronto. The Measure of a Moment:Judy Caulfield and Mary McCullum Baldasaro examine how our lives are measured and influenced across time.


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Judy Caulfield
Teacher | Storyteller As a teacher/storyteller, Judy Caulfield has used storytelling extensively in school settings for over two decades. She's presented workshops on becoming a storyteller and using storytelling with students. Judy has been telling traditional tales at the Celtic Roots Festival in Goderich for nearly twenty years. She has also told stories at the Toronto Storytelling Festival, Kitchener's Heart & Hand Festival, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Peel Heritage Complex, Nuit Blanche, and at conferences, school events and in classrooms. Judy is a member of the Baden Storytelling Guild.


www.torontostorytellingfestival.ca

Judy Caulfield, Brenda Byers
Judy Caulfield photo by Paul Caulfield As a teacher/storyteller, Judy Caulfield has used storytelling extensively in school settings for three decades. Judy has presented workshops on becoming a storyteller and using storytelling with students. She has told in a variety of venues. She has been telling traditional tales at Goderich's Celtic Roots Festival for nearly twenty years. She has also told at the Toronto Storytelling Festival, the Heart & Hand Festival, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Peel Heritage Complex, Toronto's Nuit Blanche, at conferences and school events and in classrooms. She is a member of the Baden Storytelling Guild. Currently, Judy teaches Language Arts to student teachers at OISE/UToronto.


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