A graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design, the University of Guelph of and the University of Toronto, Dufour has participated in numerous exhibitions, including as a guest artist at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum as part of the 9th From Lausanne to Beijing Bienale and San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles as part of the events for the American Tapestry Alliance Bieniale; American Textile Museum, Massachusetts; Eider Gallery, Nebraska; Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft in Kentucky and the Scarfone Gallery at the University of Tampa. More recently, one her jacquard woven piece was selected for exhibition in California for Fiber Art VII. Several publications have featured Line’s work.
More recent grants from the Ontario Arts Council enabled collaborative and community building initiatives by way of the co-creation of a textile installation in which 550 people from 43 countries contributed 924 shapes. This project continues to accept submissions, constantly expanding. This installation is being exhibited world-wide. Line is also collaborating with other artists in creating handwoven art works that integrate new media and technologies and is part of Line’s ongoing exploration of other weaving technologies, such as jacquard weaving and computerized looms.