• Lisa Jackson


    Lisa Jackson is an artist, speaker and consultant whose work extends into community, showing in galleries and museums as well as educational institutions and conferences. She was a consulting programmer at Hot Docs, sits on the National Film Board of Canada’s Indigenous Advisory Committee and was a contributor to the Indigenous Screen Office’s On-Screen Protocols and Pathways Guide. Jackson has presented at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Montreal’s C2 Conference, judicial conferences and at events by the Nature Conservancy of Canada and Community Foundations Canada. She was  Artist in Residence at the University of British Columbia and Queens University, and for five years was the Director Mentor for the National Screen Institute’s IndigiDocs program. Jackson received an Inspirit Foundation grant to create a law school impact campaign for her film Indictment: The Crimes Of Shelly Chartier and was Director of the Gladue Video Project, a pilot with Osgoode Hall Law School to make video profiles of Indigenous offenders for use in the court system. She is co-author, with NYU Professor Eugenia Kisin, of the chapter “Careful Images: Unsettling Testimony in the Gladue Video Project” for Insiders/Outsiders: The Cultural Politics and Ethics of Representation and Participation in Canada’s Media Arts (ed. Ezra Winton and Dana Claxton), scheduled for release in 2021.

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