01/24/23 • 29 min
In this 2015 podcast, quilter, curator, and National Heritage Fellow Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi takes us through her own history with quilts and quilting. She discusses her first career as an aerospace engineer and then her discovery of quilts, especially African-American narrative quilts. She talks about her own process for quilt-making, her work as a curator-- including the exhibit of narrative quilts "And Still We Rise" which traces 400 years of African American history, her founding in 1985 the Women of Color Quilters Network, her determination to carve out a place for African American quilts in American cultural history, and her ground-breaking book. Let us know what you think about Art Works—email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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