Events between 04/21/2017 and 04/22/2017
If you love quilting, here’s your chance to get unique quilting blocks from local quilt shops and studios, as well as a chance to show off your work. And once you complete your project, enter in our drawing to win an expensive Janome machine!
The American Genius Highway Quilt Trail includes 18 shops in 16 towns. Many of the businesses along the established trail are located just off Highway 36, while some are within the Highway 36 Corridor.
Various Locations Along Highway 36
Celebration of Quilts is a juried quilt exhibit at the Moss Mansion exploring both historical and contemporary quilting. We are calling on artists and quilt collectors alike to submit quilts for this 2017 exhibit.
Mos Mansion Museum
914 Division St
Billings, Montana 59101
Features the “scrap quilts” of New Jersey artist Laura Petrovich-Cheney. Using traditional and contemporary quilt patterns, Petrovich-Cheney creates complex and vibrant forms from Hurricane Sandy debris that was salvaged by the artist from dumpsters,
Fullerton Craft Museum
455 Oak Street
Brockton, Massachusetts 02301
Juried from several hundred entries by members of the Studio Art Quilt Associates, the new works in “Layered Voices” visually interpret this theme in layered textile creations.
International Quilt Study Center & Museum
1523 N 33rd St
Lincoln, Nebraska 68583
SAQA New Mexico region juried exhibition of contemporary fiber art. Includes sculptures and art quilts. To be accepted, artists must be SAQA members as well as residents of New Mexico and their work must be original, wholly conceived and created
Capitol Rotunda Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Tour this exhibit to learn about the artistic, cultural, historic, and social importance of the quilts. Throughout the colorful, attractive exhibit you will learn about the women who made them and how lifestyle, current events, and society affected
Marathon County Historical Society
410 McIndoe Street
Wausau, Wisconsin 54403
Selected Quilts from the Pioneer Woman Museum" will showcase historically significant quilts from the museum's permanent collection. $7 Adults $5 Seniors $4 Students Group Rates 10 or more. For info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pioneer Woman Statue & Museum
701 Monument Rd
Ponca City, Oklahoma 74604
Beautiful handworked quilts from the early 19th century to the late 20th century in which the makers expressed their appreciation of the natural world through the intricate botanical designs adorned on these pieces.
The Charleston Museum Historic Textile Gallery
360 Meeting Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29403