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Taking Quilt Study into the Future...

Jazzy Yellow CheckerboardBy: Cynthia NantoHollis, New Hampshire

The Virginia Quilt Museum and
Seminar Committee
Welcome You to Seminar 2021!

Come and explore the quilts and quilt makers of the Shenandoah Valley, learn about other local decorative arts and the material culture of the region.

For Seminar Schedule & Brochure information,
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Registration is NOW CLOSED!

Membership password required for registration.

Presenting Quiltside Chats!

Join us Sunday, July 18 @ 3pm ET for another intriguing Quiltside Chat!

AQSG Member Sue Reich sits down with Carolyn Ducey, Curator of Collections at the International Quilt Museum, to talk about the "Old Glory" quilt designed by Mary Erckenbrack.
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"Old Glory" is a c1940 patriotic quilt with the names and symbols of states embroidered in the blocks. Sue Reich is an expert in the field of World War II quilts, as well as patriotic quilts and Quilts of Valor. She shares her depth of knowledge with us and help our contextual understanding of this quilt and its designer.
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HOW TO WATCH? 

We'll go live on our Facebook page and our YouTube channel. It is FREE and no registration is required. Just click and watch!

QUILTSIDE CHATS are 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

Now showing on AQSG YouTube:

Quilt Snacks!

Quilting to Win World War II

Am I Blue?

Virtual Quilt Show!

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.

Research

Panel

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.

There are several ways to bring your research to others: Submitting to "Uncoverings" or "Blanket Statements"; submitting a Panel Paper Abstract or Poster Abstract at Seminar; Presenting a Study Center at Seminar; or Creating a Study QuiltClick on the individual items to explore in more detail or browse the menu options...

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Important Dates

January 1

Membership Renewal and
Directory Information Deadline

February 1

Editorial Deadline for Spring Blanket Statements
Application Deadline for
AQSG Endowment Grant
Lucy Hilty Research Grant
H. Mark Dunn Research Grant
Sue Cummings Research Grant
Submission Deadline for
Seminar Panel Paper Session Abstract
Seminar Poster Abstract

May 1

Editorial Deadline for Summer Blanket Statements
Deadline for Seminar Fellowship Application

June 1

Submission Deadline for Uncoverings

August 1

Editorial Deadline for Fall Blanket Statements

December 1

Editorial Deadline for Winter Blanket Statements

Seminar 2021

August 18-22, 2021:  Harrisonburg, Virginia

Seminar 2022

September 28 - October 3, 2022:

San Diego, California