Lehna Huie is a multi-disciplinary fine artist, arts educator, cultural worker and curator. With a continued practice in studio arts, Huie is committed to the fusion of arts and social change. Through being a teaching artist to students of all ages, as well as curating socially conscious art exhibitions, Huie has dedicated her life to recording life and memory through artistic expression. Her belief in the power of “multi-vocal” art draws through the rhythmical movements of her three homes: NYC, current; Jamaica, familial; and the African Diaspora; ancestral, in her work. She believes in art as a medium for critique, transformation, and celebration. Huie graduated from the School of Visual Arts as a Fine Arts BFA in 2010.
Additionally, she is working on a documentary film project that intimately explores the divine feminine through the individual stories of radical Black women in liberation movements.