Exhibit history

The Unspoken Truth About Color: A Dialogue in Art Quilts About Racism
Curator: Jeanette Thompson

This exhibit was seen most recently at "Sewing and Quilt Expo" events held this past spring at various locations including Cincinatti, OH and Worcester, MA.

Prior to the above the exhibit was displayed and viewed at:
  • The debut of this exhibit was in Chicago at the Facing Race Conference, Sept, 24-27, 2010 
Followed by exhibits at: 
  • Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival, Feb. 24-27,2011
  • Quilt Fest of New Jersey, Mar. 3-6, 2011
  • In Chicago, at the ARC Gallery and Education Foundation, April 27 - May 22, 2011
  • Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza, Sep. 15-18, 2011
  • Pacific International Quilt Festival, Oct. 13-16, 2011
  • Williams College, '62 Center for Performing Arts, Williamstown, MA, January 15, 2012
Reflections on September 11th: A Decade Later
Curator: Jeanette Thompson

This exhibit of  9" x 11" fiber art was seen in Chicago, IL in September, 2011. 

Reflections on September 11th, A Decade Later exhibition was part of  "American Armistice – The Epoch of the Peacemakers", September 11, 2011, at at the Meridian Stage as part of the Chicago Fringe Festival.

The President's House: Their Untold Story
Curator: Michelle Flamer

This exhibit was seen in Philadelphia, PA, during the summer of 2011. From 4th of July weekend, 2011, through early September, 2011, these quilts were on view at the Visitor Center, the National Constitution Center, and the African American Museum of Art.

President Obama: A Celebration in Art Quilts
Curators: Dr. Susan Walen, Professor Mary Staley

FAH’s first exhibition opened on February 9 and ran until March 5, 2009 at The King Street Gallery of The Caftriz Foundation Arts Center of Montgomery College in Silver Spring, MD, curated by artist Susan Walen and professor Mary Staley.

An online version of this exhibit, "Presisdent Obama: A Celebration in Art Quilts", can be seen here: http://www.quiltart.com/obama/


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