Taking Quilt Study into the Future...
Presenting Quiltside Chats!
Join us next Sunday, March 21 at 3:00 pm ET for our first episode of QUILTSIDE CHATS! Marianne Fons and Carolyn Ducey will share interesting detail about a quilt made by Susa Harris Hale in Hunt County, Texas, circa 1928 (2006.054.0001
International Quilt Museum, Gift of the Robert and Ardis James Foundation).
HOW TO WATCH?
This QUILTSIDE CHAT is the first in a series of live and lively conversations between Carolyn Ducey, International Quilt Museum Curator of Collections, and an AQSG member featuring the quilt that she (or he) would sneak out of the building . . . if it weren’t a crime. Sponsored by Quiltfolk.
Save the Dates!
August 18-22, 2021
Seminar 2021 in Harrisonburg, Virginia
September 28 - October 3, 2022
Seminar 2022 in San Diego, California
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19th Century New York Quilts
The American Quilt Study Group establishes and promotes the highest standards for interdisciplinary quilt-related studies, providing opportunities for study, research, and the publication of works that advance the knowledge of quilts and related subjects.
AQSG stands as one of the oldest and largest member organizations dedicated to quilt related studies in the world.
Member support has helped AQSG develop a responsible and accurate body of information about quilts and their makers.
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