Frederica Diane Huff

Frederica Diane Huff earned her BFA and MA from WKU and was a graduate assistant to Judy Chicago, renowned feminist artist, in the creation of “At Home in the 21st Century” an environmental exhibit incorporating an entire house and grounds, a photodocumentary exhibit, a PBS documentary and a traveling show. A group of independent artists and students examined social issues surrounding gender, domesticity, racism, and sexuality in their artworks. Ms. Huff also received an internship from the National Gallery of Art to study 17th century Dutch art and to create podcasts about women artists of the period. Ms. Huff has been Education Director of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Gallery Director of the Kentucky Watercolor Society, Chairperson of the Humanities Dept of McLean County Schools, Instructor of Art at Kentucky Wesleyan College, and Gifted and Talented Instructor at WKU. Ms. Huff has exhibited throughout the United States and Canada and is currently exhibited at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Womanmade Gallery in Chicago, Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Owensboro Convention Center, and the Elizabeth Munday Center in Owensboro, KY, the Audubon Museum in Henderson, and the Kentucky Museum in Bowling Green. Ms. Huff has appeared in numerous magazines and books including “Kentucky Women Artists: 1850-2000” and she curated the traveling exhibit “A Celebration of Kentucky Women Artists” in 2016/17.

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