Born in Metropolis, Illinois in 1976, Leticia Bajuyo lives, creates, and works in Southern Indiana where she is a Professor of Art at Hanover College. After earning a BFA in sculpture in 1998 from the University of Notre Dame and an MFA in sculpture in 2001 from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, she moved to Hanover College to join the Art and Art History Department.
Bajuyo has had recent solo exhibitions at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, New Harmony, Indiana; at Living Arts in Tulsa, Oklahoma; at Gallery H100; and at Women & Their Work Gallery, Austin, Texas. Recent group exhibitions include Space Landscape, HEREart Gallery, New York, New York; Biennial 27 at the South Bend Museum of Art, Indiana; and The 7 Borders at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, Kentucky. Recent projects include a permanent, suspended sculptural installation at the South Bend Museum of Art in Indiana, participating in a group exhibition titled Transmission at the Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas, and traveling to Baku, Azerbaijan to create an installation for the fourth annual invitational exhibition titled From Waste to Art.