Lanecia Rouse Tinsley

Lanecia was recently an Artists on Site: Series 3 Artist-in-Residence at the Asia Society HTX and the 2020-2021 Artist-in-Residence for the Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning (CERCL) at Rice University. She is the Artist-in-Residence at Holy Family HTX (2017-Present). She is a Co-founding Creative Director for the ImagiNoir Equity Group, an international alliance and community development and equity group of black activists, artists, writers, scholars, philanthopists, and educators. In addition, she is the Director of Justice and the Arts with projectCURATE. She is also a member of the Curation Team of the Laecia Rouse Tinsley Gallery of Holy Family HTX.

Lanecia has exhibited at Urban Zin Gallery, New York City (2021 +2022), The Brooklyn Collective, Charlotte, NC (2021 + 2022), Monterroso Gallery, Houston, TX (2022), Duke University Chapel (2022); Collect it for the Culture, Houston, TX; Houston First Corporation, Houston, TX (2021); Inman Gallery, Houston, TX (2020); Project Row Houses, Houston, TX (2020); Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI; Forth and Nomad Gallery, Houston, TX (2019); American Church in Paris, Paris, France where she did a 1-month residency (2018); and Fourth Chapter Gallery, Kansas City, MO (2017 + 2021).

Lanecia is a graduate of Duke University Divinity School and Wofford College.

Aside from shows/exhibitions, you can see her work at the Hardy + Nance Streets in Houston, TX and High Dawn Studios in Richmond, VA.

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