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saturday – September 21 at 1pm

Exhibition Opening with Artist’s Talk and Reception

SUSPENDED

The Fabric Sculptures of Priscilla Sage
On View September 11 – December 29, 2019

Priscilla Sage’s brilliant, light, free-hanging fabric sculptures are conceptual studies of form, light, and space. Their radiant colors derive from mastery of disperse dyes and direct painting on silver mylar fabrics. “Although I work on a large scale, my inspiration comes from the structure of natural forms that can be as small as mosses, as sinuous as the DNA helix, as vast as images from the Hubbel telescope, or as personal as the human body. The underlying theme of my sculpture is the relationship of humans and nature.”

Priscilla Sage is associate professor emerita of art and design at Iowa State University's College of Design, where she served on the faculty from 1984 to 2000. She taught at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa for the previous eighteen years.

Thursday – october 3 2019 at 12:30pm

Brown Bag Thursday

Quiltmakers of at skill levels are invited to join in this “show and tell” of quilts made using Sue Garman’s patterns. Bring your project and share your story of how Sue Garman inspired you.

Widely known through her internet site ComeQuilt.com, Sue Garman generously shared her techniques, innovative patterns, and advice with thousands of quilt enthusiasts. The New England Quilt Museum is honored to share Garman’s legacy with her many admirers, as well as visitors who may discover her work for the first time during Traditional & Original: A Tribute to Sue Garman, on view September 11 through December 29, 2019.

 

saturday, october 5, 2019 AT 1 PM

Empowerment through Quilts, Education, and Nonviolent Activism

Social Justice Leadership Panel

Sara Trail, founder of the Social Justice Sewing Academy, Barbara Peterson of Nonviolent Citizen Action and other panelists discuss how their work creates new ways for youth and adults to become nonviolent activists, community leaders, and engaged citizens empowered to effect positive change.

This public program is free to members and included in the price of admission for nonmembers. All are welcome, and audience participation in this important discussion is encouraged.