Thursday, January 12, 2012

Jan 15-16, 2012: Quilts by Betty Warner and Jeanne Marklin at Williams College (Williamstown, MA)

SAQA-CT members Jeanne Marklin (MA/CT) and Betty Warner will be at Williams College celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day as members of “Fiber Artists for Hope”.

Warner_Elizabeth_Diminished2(image: “Diminished” by B.Warner)

The group Fiber Artists for Hope was formed in 2009 after the election of President Barak Obama.  Their current exhibition has traveled around the USA and includes 24 quilts, each one is a particular artist’s perspective on racism.

Betty and Jeanne will be at Williams College to talk about their work and participate in a discussion about racism.  Please join them in Williamstown on January 15 and 16!

Williams College Presents:

Unspoken Truth about Color: A Dialogue in Art Quilts about Racism
Sunday Jan. 15 and Monday Jan. 16, 2012
4 – 6 PM 
Lobby of ‘62 Center for Theater and Dance
Light snacks and refreshments will be served.

'62 Center for Theater and Dance
Williams College
1000 Main Street
Williamstown, MA 01267

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