Sedrick and Letitia are featured in D Magazine for the opening of Kinfolk House

Home Is Where the Art Is

Sedrick is included in “We Are Family” exhibition opening at New York Academy of Art February 1 – March 6, 2022

We Are Family

Glasstire ranks Letitia’s group show, Limitless! Five Women Reshape Contemporary Art as No. 3 in their top 5

Glasstire March 4 Top Five

Letitia Huckaby is interviewed by the Advocate’s Leila Pitchford, Pulitzer Prize Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting about Huckaby’s exhibit This Same Dusty Road at LSU Museum of Art

Feliciana highway runs through artist's life and work

Sedrick Huckaby is featured in the Athenaeum Review Issue No. 5 Winter 2021, Journal of the school of Arts and Humanities and the edith O Donnell Institute of Art History at the University of Texas at Dallas

Athenaeum Review Issue No. 5 Winter 2021

*TRIGGER WARNING: References to racial violence.

Fort Worth Lynching Tour intended to generate community healing through memorial activism, honoring the name of Mr. Fred Rouse, whom was lynched at the hands of one of the largest Ku Klux Klan parties.

Fort Worth Lynching Tour: Honoring the Memory of Mr. Fred Rouse

Letitia Huckaby is one of 10 selected artists from Fraction Magazine’s 2020 Critical Mass Top 50 featured in issue 141

Fraction Magazine Issue 141

Sedrick Huckaby Speaks on Art and Social Justice with Joe Howard and David Williams for the Jesuit Dallas Museum

Jesuit Dallas Museum Portal

Artists Letitia Huckaby and Juan Velazquez and TCU Graphic Design Instructor Jan Ballard will discuss their recent protest murals with Jerome Weeks, senior arts reporter

Art and Seek Mural Movement Fort Worth

Sedrick Huckaby participated in a cross-cultural residency led by Art for Change in New Delhi, India. This residency brought international artists and artists from India together to work in conversation with the local community.

2020: What to do with Difference? Art and Artist as Bridge

Foto Relevance is excited to announce Letitia Huckaby for Beautiful Blackness, a solo exhibition opening from 6 to 8 pm on the evening of March 6th in conjunction with the Houston-wide FotoFest 2020 Biennial: AFRICAN COSMOLOGIES—Photography, Time, and the Other.

Beautiful Blackness Exhibition

National Geographic Magazine commissioned Sedrick to paint four portraits of the founders of Africatown: Charlie Lewis, Ossa Keeby, Pollee Allen, and Cudjo Lewis. The paintings accompany the story of the Clotilda, the last ship to bring enslaved people to the U.S.

Clotilda, America's last slave ship

Sedrick’s painting Our Lamentations: Never Forgotten Daddy was selected as a finalist for The Outwin 2019: American Portraiture Today exhibition. Works from the exhibition can be viewed online.

The Finalists for the Outwin 2019

Letitia spent two weeks in Kansas for the Tallgrass Artist Residency. The residency honors the ecological importance of the prairie to the identity of the Midwest.

Tallgrass Resident Artist Letitia Huckaby

Interwoven presents Sedrick and Letitia’s work together to reflect on the generational histories of the Black community. This exhibition was curated by HSA Director Adrienne Elise Tarver and lasts from February 5 to May 25, 2019.

Interwoven at the Harlem School of the Arts

Constellations: A Survey of New Photography opens July 28, 2018 in Hunter, NY with Letitia’s work featured alongside 20 contemporary artists in photography. July 28- September 9, 2018, Reception August 4, 5 — 8pm.

Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery

Letitia Huckaby’s work is featured in the exhibition Portraits: Masked/Unmasked. Curated by Barbara Koerble, the exhibition explores both masked and unmasked approaches to the art of portraiture by nineteen multi-generational photographers. July 6 – July 27, 2018, Reception: July 6, 2018; 6 – 9pm

Portraits: Masked/Unmasked at the FWCAC

Sedrick Huckaby will work on a series of large-scale quilt paintings at the Elaine de Kooning House residency in Fall 2018.

Elaine de Kooning House

Each year, the Contemporary Perspectives Lecture Series (CPLS) invites renowned artists and critics to campus to present their work in a free, public talk, and to engage with students through studio visits,workshops, and critiques. The 2018-19 lecture series welcomes CFA alumnus Sedrick Huckaby back to the School of Visual Arts to speak on his recent work. Thursday, September 20, 2018 at the Boston University Sleeper Auditorium, 871 Comm Ave, 6:30 PM

BU CFA Contemporary Perspectives Lecture

Target Texas is a biennial of Texas artists organized by the AMST Curator of Exhibitions, Deborah Fullerton. Sedrick Huckaby is among six Texas artists featured in the exhibition.

Art Museum of South Texas

Texas artist Sedrick Huckaby visited Wonders of Wildlife in Springfield on Monday with plans to give a 7 p.m. talk on “Portraits of Courage,” an exhibit of 66 portraits of U.S. military veterans painted by former President George W. Bush that has been on display at the attraction since mid-April.

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“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.

College Arts and Humanities Institute

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”


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.”

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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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