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Habits and processes of mourning in America run deep in our culture and tie strongly to our heritage.
A reception for the quilt artists of the Floyd Guild’s “A Potpourri of Quilts” exhibition will be held at the Virginia Quilt Museum.
To borrow from Trey Amos, “The Art of the Natural” finally arrived this week at the Virginia Quilt Museum in the form of 177 small quilts.
Stace Carter presents “Sharing Your Outdoor Adventures: Digital Storytelling 101” at Court Square Theater on Monday, June 25 at 7:00 pm.
Arts and the Parks is hosted by the Virginia Quilt Museum in partnership with Arts Council of the Valley.
In recognition of the National Park Service Centennial, the Virginia Quilt Museum kicks off a month-long celebration of Arts and the Parks.
The Virginia Quilt Museum will offer free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel through Labor Day as part of the Blue Star Museums program.
The Virginia Quilt Museum continues the Christopher C. Grandle Lecture Series on Saturday, June 11, and tickets are on sale now.
The Virginia Quilt Museum opens its doors for First Friday, May 6, from 5:00-8:00 pm. Commence the 2016 Community Quilting Bee!
Kyra Hicks became a believer in quilts as storytellers upon seeing a traveling exhibition of Eva Ungar Grudin’s “Stitching Memories: African-American Story Quilts” in 1990.
The Virginia Quilt Museum opens its 2016 Season on Feb. 2 featuring quilts as story-tellers.
30 Quilts for 30 Years, a colorful artistic quilt exhibit by Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry, will grace the Virginia Quilt Museum on Main Street Harrisonburg.
Civil War re-enactors must be exhausted after commemorating Civil War battles and camps for the past four years but imagine what life was really like at the end of the Civil War.
The Virginia Quilt Museum announces the appointment of a new executive director, Kimberly L. McCray.
Visitors to the Virginia Quilt Museum will be greeted with celebration on every floor when new exhibits open on May 5. Three different exhibits spotlight the museum’s 20th anniversary.
The Virginia Quilt Museum opens its 2015 exhibit season on Feb. 3 featuring quilts by internationally-known fabric designer Jinny Beyer of Great Falls, Va.
A special event related to the Men Who Quilt exhibit will be a lecture on Oct. 25 by well-known quilt maker Jonathan Gregory, Assistant Curator of Exhibitions at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Virginia’s Tidewater region — where the Chesapeake Bay, the James River, and the Atlantic Ocean meet — is home to the largest concentration of military bases and facilities in the world.
“From Bedroom to Boardroom – Quilts of Southwest Virginia” will be on display through April 26 at the Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg, Va.
The Virginia Quilt Museum announces that Gloria Comstock has been appointed Curator/Registrar. As curator/registrar, Comstock is responsible for the care and record keeping of over 300 objects in the museum’s collection, which focuses on Virginia-made quilts.
Every exhibit at the Virginia Quilt Museum brings visitors closer to understanding why quilts have been accepted as fine art.
The Virginia Quilt Museum announced this week that Meegan Carr has been selected as its new executive director.
The Virginia Quilt Museum will exhibit quilts made and collected by Hazel Carter of Vienna, Va., from May 22 to Aug. 18. This is the first exhibit to feature her quilts even though her name is familiar to quilters across the country. She is recognized as a quilt historian and appraiser, a founding member and…
The Virginia Quilt Museum will open the new exhibit season on Feb. 1, with “Shenandoah Valley Counterpanes” and “Art Under A Microscope.” These new exhibits will be open until May 12. In addition, rare Civil War quilts made in the Valley, 20th century quilts and sewing machines from the Museum’s collection will be featured in…
The Virginia Quilt Museum will feature an exhibit of quilts from the 1860s to honor the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. The wives, mothers and daughters who watched their men leave to fight stayed at home to carry on daily life. In addition, they sewed for the army, cared for the wounded and protected…