Museums and the Art Quilt

10.20.2021 - By The Quilting Arts Podcast

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Over the last two years, so many of us have missed going to our favorite museums. We love to wander the halls of my local museum for inspiration, learning opportunities, and – let's face it - entertainment. Museums are so much more than buildings that function as spaces for art storage and display. They are important institutions that preserve our heritage, educate the public, and celebrate the importance of art in our culture. This episode of The Quilting Arts Podcastfocuses on quilt museums in specific, featuring a conversation with Carolyn Ducey, Curator of Collections at the International Quilt Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. 
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