New Screening of the “Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics” – Sep 14, 2011
Last Sunday, The Speed Art Museum hosted a screening of Episode 2, “Quilts Bring History Alive.” We had a fabulous turnout, and I’ve heard from many of you that watching it “on the big screen” was an amazing and different experience. I couldn’t agree more!
Be sure to visit our YouTube channel for a few insider clips we got on Sunday.
Looking forward to the next screening of Episode 4, “What is Art”, at the Carnegie Center for Art & History, 201 East Spring Street New Albany, IN 47150, on September 14th. The cost is $5.00 (free for members), with limited seating and registration is required by September 13th.
PLEASE NOTE: The event starts at 7:30PM (instead of 6PM) due to I-64 bridge closing in Indiana.
Hope to see you all there!
Top: Wisconsin Wetlands II River Bend (2007). Sue Benner, www.SueBenner.com. Silk, cotton, found fabrics, dye and paint, fused, mono-print, machine-quilted. 83 1/2″ x 83 1/2″. Collection of John M. Walsh, III. Photo by Gregory Case.