Upcoming Exhibits

Our 2017 Schedule

Kaffe Fassett's Heritage Quilts
November 18, 2016 - January 10, 2017
Kaffe Fassett explores color in contemporary quilts inspired by traditional examples. Sponsored by Hancock’s of Paducah.

Quilt as Desired
October 14, 2016 - February 14, 2017
Mary Kerr curates this exhibit of antique quilt tops finished by modern long arm techniques.

School Block Challenge
January 13 – March 28, 2017
The annual K-12 student contest for youth across the country to create an original quilt block incorporating three specific fabrics.

Neighborhoods Coming Together: Quilts Around Oakland
February 17 – April 11, 2017
In honor of Black History Month, the African American Quilt Guild of Oakland, CA shares a collection of their quilts exploring how their communities are linked.

New Quilts from an Old Favorite & Antique Flying Geese
March 31 – June 20, 2017
Finalists and winners from the annual competition are showcased along with traditional examples featuring the theme of the Flying Geese piecework.

13th Quilt Japan
April 14 – July 11, 2017
This exhibit features a selection of the finest quilts from this international contest held by the Japan Handicraft Instructor’s Association.

H2Oh! from SAQA
June 23 – September 19, 2017
Water is the uniting theme in this show organized by Studio Art Quilt Associates. Artists interpret one of our most vital, powerful, and enjoyed resources.

Serenity from the Pilgrim/Roy Collection
July 14 – October 17, 2017
The concept and feeling of serenity is explored in this mix of antique and contemporary quilts. The exhibit compares our perception of “modern chaos” and “the good old days.”

Light Show from CQA
September 22 – December 12, 2017
Members of Washington’s Contemporary QuiltArt Association challenged themselves to explore many ways of capturing “light” in this collection of quilts.

Quilts of the Lakota
October 20, 2017 – January 2018
Members of the Lakota Sioux have transposed their heritage of painted buffalo robes to star quilts that maintain their cultural and tribal identity.


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