Stitching the Revolution: Quilts as Agents of Change

My piece, For Love or Money, was included in the Mattatuck Museum’s exhibition, ‘Stitching the Revolution: Quilts as Agents of Change. The exhibition, on view through August 25th, was curated by Chief Curator, Keffie Feldman, and explores themes of revolution through quilting, a medium traditionally confined to the domestic sphere and often relegated to the lower status of craft or minor art. Tracing the long history of quilts as a medium for communicating revolutionary ideas, the exhibition pairs historic and contemporary quilts spanning over 200 years.

Opening reception is Sun., June 9th from 11am to 5pm with opening remarks at 1pm. Admission $5 for non-members; free for members.