Being an artist-in-residence at a museum is a terrific opportunity to expand your skills artistically and professionally, particularly when it comes to the social and community aspects of your practice. Quiltmaker Tricia Royal shares her recent experience at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.
Today we’re talking about building a career as a quilter with my guest, Sue Bleiweiss. Last week I visited Sue in her home studio in Pepperell, Massachusetts which is about 45 minutes from my home and is a beautiful place to visit in July. We sat together in her studio to record this conversation. Sue […]
Photo by Nate Watters On today’s episode of the Craft Industry Alliancde podcast we’re talking about quilts as fine art with my guest, Luke Haynes. A chance encounter with a box of fabric remnants sparked Luke’ imagination. His first quilt, measuring 7′ x 10′, led him through years of experimentation and improvements over the years […]
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