Warrior Women

Jasper, Alberta

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Hear the voices of the drums and meet the drum-keepers, the Warrior Women, who honour its voice with love and respect. Matricia Brown-Asani and her daughter, Mackenzie Brown-Kamamak are First Nations Cree from the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation. Drummers, performers, storytellers, singers and songwriters, these multi-talented women share their Culture through their art, stories and songs.

Hear the heartbeat of Mother Earth expressed through the melodies and stories of Matricia and Mackenzie, who offer performance shows, workshops, tour shows, guided experiences, training and much more. Join the Warrior Women for a Fireside Chat at the Jasper Tram to learn a few phrases and songs in Cree, and to enjoy a conversation about Indigenous Culture along with drumming and storytelling. Hear Cree constellation tales at the Jasper Dark Sky Festival.
Matricia has had the privilege of sharing her culture over the last 20 years to schools throughout the Yellowhead Region and has been recognized as a finalist for best Indigenous Experience in Canada by the Tourism Association of Canada, and awarded the 2020 Esquao award for Indigenous Women in Leadership from the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women.

Along with her performance work, Mackenzie is also an avid acrylic artist, and her work has been featured at galleries across Alberta including the Making Treaty 7 showcase at Arts Common Calgary. Mackenzie was also one of 18 landscape artists chosen across Canada to compete in Makeful and CBC’s television show Landscape Artist of the Year Canada 2020.

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Warrior Women

56 Stone Mountain
Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1E0
(780) 712-3358 matriciabrown@gmail.com Visit Website

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Learn more about Warrior Women by visiting them online:

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Warrior Women

56 Stone Mountain
Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1E0
(780) 712-3358 matriciabrown@gmail.com Visit Website

Business Hours

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