Monday, March 28, 2011

"Portraits" Art Quilt Exhibition at Carol Tatkon Center Art Gallery, Cornell University, March 28-April 29, 2011

Advertisement in the Cornell Daily Sun Newspaper, March 28, 2011

Many thanks to the sponsors of this exhibition and its April 18th reception, including Diversity Programs in Arts & Sciences; the Africana Studies and Research Center; Black Students United; the Carol Tatkon Center; the Office of the Provost; the Office of the Dean of Students; and the Cornell and Ithaca communities. Special thanks, too, to the exhibition curator Laurie Fuller for all of her work and that of other staff members who worked with her to coordinate and install the quilts and to develop the fantastic posters and catalog accompanying the exhibition.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

“The Great Abolitionist Frederick Douglass" Art Quilt from Black History Series

“The Great Abolitionist Frederick Douglass: ‘I do not remember to have ever met a slave who could tell of his birthday’; Birthday Unknown but Celebrated February 14” (Black History Series)
Dedicated to Class of 2009, Suger High School, Saint-Denis in Paris, France