The show features 35 quilts dating from the late 18th century to as recently as 1995. It’s not just a collection of beautiful handmade crafts, but also an examination of changing perceptions of women’s cultural output, particularly those artifacts that traditionally have been relegated to second--class status because of their origins as domestic objects, or because they were made collectively, rather than individually.
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