Museum Tours

Join Quilting Daily as we take you on unique, virtual presentations of some fascinating quilt exhibits from quilt museums around the country! These webinars are available on Quilting Daily TV.

Sandra Bruce: “Yayoi”


Heroes Working for the Greater Good

Presented by Lyric Montgomery Kinard and Susan Brubaker Knapp

There are those among us who make personal sacrifices, who forgo comfort and safety while striving to make the world a better place. “A Better World” is a group exhibition of art quilts designed to inspire and educate viewers about heroes—both anonymous and well known—who have worked to improve our world. Curated by artists Lyric Montgomery Kinard and Susan Brubaker Knapp, the exhibition encourages viewers to appreciate art quilts as expressions of inspiration and activism.

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Quilts, left to right: Nine Patch quilt, Dated November 1864; Giddap, Circa 1940-1950



An exhibition from the International Quilt Museum

Presented by Carolyn Ducey

It is often said, “Politics makes for strange bedfellows.” By extension, it can be said that politics makes for sometimes strange, and always interesting, bedcovers. The nineteenth- and twentieth-century quilts in Partisan Pieces: Quilts of Political and Patriotic Persuasion illuminate the progress of U.S. political development from the perspective, and from the needles, of well-informed and patriotic women.

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Detail from unnamed quilt


The Stitched Narratives of Jennifer Regan

An exhibition from the New England Quilt Museum

The patchwork narratives of Jennifer Regan, which she often referred to as “subversive stitchery,” explores the simultaneous dualities of life: triumph and tragedy, mourning and celebration, death and rebirth. Deeply influenced by nineteenth century figurative and pictorial quilts, her work is either figurative or map-like, containing tiny figures in story landscape.

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First Ladies, by Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry


Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

A Touring Exhibit Co-Curated by the Texas Quilt Museum and New England Quilt Museum

Presented by Sandra Sider

An unusually creative honoring of the 19th Amendment’s centennial, twenty-nine award-winning textile artists from across the United States each crafted a quilt celebrating women’s suffrage. These dazzlingly varied, sometimes troubling, always inspiring artworks reflect the long and continuing fight for equal rights for all.

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