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What That Quilt Knows About Me

What That Quilt Knows About Me

Mar 17 @ 11:30 amOct 29 @ 6:00 pm

American Folk Art Museum
2 Lincoln Square (Columbus Avenue at W 66th Street)
New York, NY

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Free, $5 donations suggested

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

Tue-Sun 11:30 am-6:00 pm

Explore the deeply personal and emotional power associated with the experience of making and living with quilts through 35 quilts and related works of art. Look for intimate stories revealing a range of poignant and sometimes unexpected biographies, from a pair of enslaved sisters in antebellum Kentucky to a convalescent British soldier during the Crimean War.

Look for quilts of surprising materials and ideas, paint, photographs, fibers, plastic bags and yarn.

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