Cara Jones has travelled the world as a multimedia artist, photographer and filmmaker. These are just a few highlights of projects Cara has been involved in from 2015-2018

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Walking with our sisters

Grande Prairie Collective - Two-Spirit Coordinator

Walking With Our Sisters is a commemorative art installation to honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous Women of Canada and the United States; to acknowledge the grief and torment families of these women continue to suffer, and to raise awareness of this issue and create opportunity for broad community-based dialogue on the issue.


Walking With Our Sisters is an entirely crowd-sourced project. From the artwork to the fundraising, even to the way the exhibit tour is being booked, it is all being fueled by hundreds and thousands of people who have chosen to become involved. Collectively we are creating one unified voice to honour these women, their families and call for attention to be paid to this issue. There is power in numbers, and there is power in art.


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The Rights & Freedoms of LGBTQ2S+ Youth

In 2015, the City of Grande Prairie’s Youth Council was involved in the amendment made to Bill 10 that enabled all students in Alberta the right to run a Gay-Straight Alliance in their schools. With the introduction of the Gender Guidelines, which is a direct result of the amendment of Bill 10, the youth experienced an incredible backlash from the public media. They were affected by the opposition and were concerned that the voices of youth, who were directly impacted by this opposition, were not being heard.



Funded by Telus Storyhive in partnership with C.I.A Solutions, Identity. was a film camp for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous youth to learn documentary filmmaking and Indigenous culture & ceremony.



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