Cara Roy is a contemporary dance artist and cultural mediator at Tiohtià:ke / Montréal. Originally from New Brunswick, she is currently studying dance at the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (2013-2016). Passionate about the body’s sensitive, expressive and empathetic capacity, Cara is a performer-collaborator with Hélène Remoué, Sarah Dell’ava, Lucy Fandel, Ariane Boulet, Sylvain Émard, and Isabelle Van Grimde. Greatly influenced by her studies of Fighting Monkey with Alanna Kraaijeveld and Authentic Movement with Sarah Dell’Ava, Cara’s artistic practice is defined by an approach that approaches the body with curiosity, openness and rigor. Cara is also involved with different communities through the design and facilitation of cultural mediation workshops with Berceurs du temps, PPS Danse, Festival Quartier Danse, Tangente, Estelle Claireton and Bouge de là, as well as on her own, reaching out to people of all ages and backgrounds. Cara is currently a part-time BAC student in Cultural Action at UQAM.