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22 Apr 2020

Virtual Insights: Signature Styles

Join us for a virtual tour of current exhibition Signature Styles: Friendship, Album, and Fundraising Quilts led by exhibition curator and Curator of Folk Art Emelie Gevalt. In the spirit of gathering together while we are apart, Emelie will explore how signature quilts, as collaborative projects often created by a group of women, are visual documents of a shared creative endeavor and records of relationships between quilters and their communities.

Watch a recording of the tour online here.

**Registration for this program is now at capacity. To join the waitlist, please submit your name and email through the Eventbrite ticket page. A recording of the tour will also be shared on our website.**

Image: Reiter Family Album Quilt; unidentified artist, descended in the family of Katie Friedman Reiter (1873–1942) and Liebe Gross Friedman (dates unknown); probably Baltimore, Maryland; 1848–1850; cotton and wool; Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York, gift of Katherine Amelia Wine in honor of her grandmother Theresa Reiter Gross and the makers of the quilt, her great-grandmother Katie Friedman Reiter and her great-great-grandmother Liebe Gross Friedman, and on behalf of a generation of cousins: Sydney Howard Reiter, Penelope Breyer Tarplin, Jonnie Breyer Stahl, Susan Reiter Blinn, Benjamin Joseph Gross, and Leba Gross Wine, 2000.2.1. Photo by John Parnell.

1:00 pm–2:00 pm

Online; free with registration