Amy Caron is a multidisciplinary artist based in Salt Lake City. Her work spans various forms of performance and visual art and often gestates through rigorous research. She holds her BFA in modern dance from the University of Utah where she later taught as an Associate Instructor and created the course The History and Evolution of Dance on Film. Caron’s work has been commissioned and presented by Performance Space 122 and the Leonardo Museum. She is a National Performance Network Creation Fund Artist and completed a residency at Duke University in 2010. In 2016 she was a guest teacher in the dance department at University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Amy has worked extensively as a freelance producer/presenter/curator/commissioner over the past decade working with a wide scope of artists including Dana Michel, Author & Punisher, and tEEth Performance. Central to Amy’s creative practice is Fieldwork - a specific form of artist-to-artist feedback. She is a master Fieldwork Facilitator with over 10 years experience and currently serves as The Field’s (based in NYC) National Network Manager for Field Sites across the nation and internationally.