Jenna Faye Powell (b.1987) is an artist, writer, and arts administrator based in Toronto, Ontario.
Powell has attained a MFA degree from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University (2012), as well as a BFA degree from the University of Western Ontario (2009).
Powell has exhibited nationally and internationally in various solo and group shows; selected exhibits include Brave New Worlds at Museum London,the Windsor-Essex Triennial at the Art Gallery of Windsor, Blue Monday at Robert McLaughlin Gallery, and Ljós at SÍM House Gallery (Reykajavik, Iceland). Powell was a finalist for the 2012 RBC Painting Competition, and recently completed residencies at the Vermont Studio Centre and SÍM Residency Centre in Iceland.
Powell currently works as the Associate Director of Arsenal Contemporary Toronto, with administrative and curatorial experience in the not-for-profit, charitable, and commercial art sectors.