Members of the CMA Ambassador Circle enjoy access to unique programs throughout the year, with the opportunity to engage in artful experiences at CMA and throughout the community.
Quilting A Future: Contemporary Quilts and American Tradition
Saturday, November 11
11:00 AM–12:00 PM
In-person, CMA Auditorium
In this talk on the exhibition Quilting A Future: Contemporary Quilts and American Tradition, Sarah Berenz, Lichtenstein Curatorial Fellow, will offer a look at how artists portray social, political and environmental concerns. Quilting a Future explores traditions of pattern and technique, the expression of narratives and hidden language, the influence of quilting on historic costume and contemporary fashion; and weighs ideas of material economies and ecologies, considering the trajectory of material waste across the globe. Offering a culturally sensitive, socially conscious and ecological perspective, the exhibition points a way toward a more thoughtful and respectful material future.
This unique program is a benefit for Ambassador Circle Members at the Supporter level ($250) and above.
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