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b. St.Thomas, VI

SHENEQUA received her Masters of Design in Fashion, Body, & Garment at School of the Art Institute of Chicago under the mentorship of Nick Cave and Liat Smestad. Her solo exhibition debut, Woven Narratives was on view at Haw Contemporary (Stockyards) in Kansas City, MO in 2019. Recent group exhibitions include Performing Labor at Patricia Sweetow Gallery in San Francisco, CA, The Space We Grow Into at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, IL, and Mane N’ Tail at The Luminary in St. Louis, MO.


SHENEQUA's work has been featured in publications such as American Craft Magazine, the Kansas City Star, and less than half. Notable lectures include the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, and the Surface Design Association. She was the 2014 recipient of the Windgate Fellow of the Center for Craft and the 2017-2018  recipient of the inaugural YoungArts Daniel Arsham Fellowship.

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Still Here, High Noon, New York, NY

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