In the middle of the country, in the middle of the last century, artists took up needle and thread to create quilts made to be hung on walls rather than thrown on beds. We learn about the central role Ohio artists played in the art quilt revolution.


  • Gayle Pritchard Fiber artist, curator, lecturer, and teacher.

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