Roger Crait

Roger Crait is a Status Indian born and based in Winnipeg, MB. He has had solo exhibitions across Canada, including Winnipeg, MB; Thunder Bay, ON; Fort MacMurray, AB; Moncton, NB; Edmonton, AB; Ottawa, ON; and has performed in Vancouver, BC. Crait’s work has been presented in group exhibitions locally, nationally, and internationally, such as Glenbow Museum, AB; Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, USA; and Boomali Art Centre, AUS. As an artist he has participated at The Works Festival in the summer in Edmonton, AB. Crait also worked with a group of ten artists in Cranberry Portage on a sculpture for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. His artwork has appeared in The Manitoban, The Uniter, Winnipeg Free Press, Uptown Magazine, BorderCrossingsBorderline, and twice was on the cover of Canadian Dimension Magazine.

Crait has received awards for painting, including the Molly Hyman Award in Art for two consecutive years. The artist will be featured in a solo exhibition at the Urban Shaman Gallery in summer 2017, and at Gallery 101 in Ottawa, ON. He studied Fine Arts at the University of Manitoba.