“Explore meaningful mark-making in the bold geometry and incised designs found across different African sculptural traditions, and then join guest artist Letitia Huckaby for related experiments in textural drawings using traditional and nontraditional media on fabric.”

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The Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University Bloomington is pleased to present the exhibition Kinship, curated by Assistant Professor of Photography, Elizabeth M. Claffey and Gallery Director, Betsy Stirratt.

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Sixteen artists will participate in ArtPrize Nine at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. The exhibition will feature works of art from regional, national, and international artists in mediums including painting, sculpture, mixed media, photography, drawing, and performance.

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Letitia Huckaby in the 23rd Texas National Competition & Exhibition

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Sedrick Huckaby “Enocio” at Museum of Fine Arts Boston


The Artist’s Eye: Letitia Huckaby. What does the art of the past mean to the artist of the present?

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“Sedrick Huckaby paints portraits of people, often his own family members. And for more than a decade now, many of the portraits he’s painted happen to be of quilts. Old-fashioned, family-sewn quilts, the kind made from bright scraps and strips of color, whatever fabric leftovers were at hand.”

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Sedrick Huckaby featured in the Spring 2016 Issue of Callaloo: A Journal of African Diaspora Arts and Letters.

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“Art Past & Present: From a Black Artist’s Perspective”

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Letitia Huckaby: Bayou Baroque at Kirschman Artspace at New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. December 9, 2015 – January 9, 2016

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“The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery has selected the finalists for the exhibition resulting from the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition.”

from the Smithsonian Newsdesk

Sedrick Huckaby featured on the Lari R. Gibbons blog

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Reverence, Monstrosity, and New Media Form an Interesting Trio of Exhibits


“Traditional Painting and the Contemporary Eye”, with Sedrick Huckaby at The Meadows Museum Friday Afternoon Gallery Talk

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“The 2014 Callaloo conference was too full of memorable moments to attempt anything close to a recap. Still, I can’t resist sharing a few personal highlights.”

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