Category Archives: Exhibits

February 18, 2015

A National Treasure

By Donna di Natale I just got back from a trip to the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky. Wow! That’s the museum in a nutshell: Wow! As its name states, it is a national museum, representing quilters from across the country. It has more than 41,000 visitors a year. Touring exhibits give more than Continue Reading

July 24, 2014

The Art of the Quilt Kit

By Donna di Natale A quick visit to Lincoln, Nebraska, over the weekend to see family included a visit to the International Quilt Study Center & Museum. I’ve been there several times, and each time I marvel at the exhibitions and displays. Native Nebraskans Ardis and Robert James founded the museum in 1997, when they Continue Reading

April 30, 2014

Grand Quilts

By Donna di Natale If you live in New York City or plan to visit before July 6, be sure to stop by Grand Central Station to view the free Grand Central Centennial Quilts exhibit. A friend who happens to go by Grand Central Station on her way to class told me about it. I Continue Reading