Jacquelyn Hébert is an interdisciplinary Franco-Manitoban artist who works in installation, craft, photo and media arts. Her conceptual approach often involves examining the spaces between our cultural expectations and our lived realities and explores how moving images can intersect with the handmade. 

Jacquelyn has presented her works both nationally and internationally; most recently at Le Labo and 8Fest in Toronto, la maison des artistes and Gallery 1C03 in Winnipeg, the FOFA Gallery in Montreal, and the 7th International Jeux de la francophonie in Nice, FR. She holds an MFA in Fibres and Materials from Concordia University, a BFA in Film and Media Art from Emily Carr University and a BA in Anthropology from the University of Manitoba.