Stacey Fayant is Métis, Nehiyaw and Saulteaux on her father’s side and French on her mother’s side. She is a visual artist from Regina, Saskatchewan. She completed a BFA with a double major in Painting and Printmaking from The University of Regina in 2002 and BA with Honours in Women's Studies in 2004. Her art practice has always focused on concepts surrounding identity and trauma in relation to colonialism and racism, but also in relation to healing, family, and community. Her art is a means of transferring knowledge of family, history and stories to her daughter, her cousins and her community. She works in many mediums including beading, felting, sewing, painting, printmaking, and Indigenous Cultural Tattooing.