About Jenifer

Jenifer Brousseau is an Anishnaabe/Cree and French interdisciplinary artist hailing from the traditional territory of Serpent River Nation in Ontario, Canada. Currently residing in Coast Salish lands, Jenifer wears a number of creative hats and holds an array of titles, including Executive/Artistic Director of Vancouver-based imagi’NATION Collective, an arts-based collective focused on healing and Indigenous youth), Television Host (of APTN’s Wild Archaeology), sought after Keynote Speaker, Vocalist (with Indigenous vocal group M’girl Music), and as a 6-time cast member of Vancouver Christmas musical Bah Humbug! at SFU). In September 2019, Jenifer played the role of Marilyn in The Unnatural and Accidental Women, a play about missing and murdered Indigenous women by Marie Clements, at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre. Jenifer is an accomplished writer and director as well as a Vancouver Rotary member. She has journeyed throughout Canada and the world for over twenty-five years, undertaking arts based programs and initiatives amid hundreds of Indigenous communities.

Jenifer Brousseau photo

Our Team

Produced by Imagi’Nation Collective in partnership with Vancouver Moving Theatre, on the the lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Assisted by the Vancouver Public Library, Consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Vancouver, Josef Wosk, and various high school teachers.

The team includes:

  • Jenifer Brousseau, Actor / Artistic Director of Imagi’Nation
  • Ariel Caldwell, Youth & Family Librarian, Vancouver Public Library
  • Jai Djwa, Creative Technologist
  • Melanie April Graham-Orr, Social Media
  • Bracken Hanuse-Corlett, Artist
  • Irwin Oostindie, Project Manager
  • Heather Thompson, Branding
  • Patrick Wakefield, Post-Production