"Pagtinabangay: Quilts of Caohagen Island" with Dana Jones Sunday, September 10, 2017 * 2pm - 4pm Visit with us and tour the gallery and hear Dana Jones speak on the current exhibit which she curated from her travels. The quilts in this exhibit were all made by over 100 quilters on the tiny island of Caohagan in the Philippines. The quilters on the island work daily to produce quilts that are sold abroad.
"Quilts with more than 3000 pieces and counting” with Jeananne Wright Sunday, October 15, 2017 * 2pm - 4pm Jeananne is a retired school teacher who reinvented herself as a Certified Quilt Appraiser and lecturer. She has 17 plus years experience lecturing about quilts. From her vast collection of antique quilts, Jeananne creates the most interesting trunk shows, often appearing in costume to fit the time period. Jeananne keeps the audience entertained with quilts and amusing anecdotes.
"What is that Flower? An Integrated Approach to Help Quilt Fans and Historians Correctly Identify Flowers on Early Chintzes” with Terry Terrell Sunday, November 12, 2017 * 2pm - 4pm Terry's interest in botany and quilting has led her to developing a database to help quilters identify plants in early chintz fabrics. She will explain the evolution of the plants and how hybridization has changed plants over time.