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‘Quilting to Change the World’

Beach Institutes displays exhibition of traditional, handmade quilts

By Brandy Simpkins

Savannah quilters are keeping the traditions alive. The King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation’s Beach Institute and The African Diaspora Museology Institute partner to present “Quilting for a Better World: The Artistry of African American Handmade Quilts.”

Savannah quilters are keeping the traditions alive. The King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation’s Beach Institute and The African Diaspora Museology Institute partner to present “Quilting for a Better World: The Artistry of African American Handmade Quilts.” “Quilting to Change the World” is currently on display until Aug. 29 after opening in May. Due to the realities of COVID-19, there was no opening reception, organizers said...

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