"Quilts and Human Rights" Exhibit
“Quilts and Human Rights” is now open at the Pick Museum of Anthropology in Cole Hall through May 11, 2018.
This powerful and thought provoking exhibition includes over 40 quilts centered around themes of social justice honoring champions of human rights, documenting quiltmaking as a means of coping with oppression, and examining how quilts raise awareness of global social issues. The Pick Museum staff has expanded the exhibit by adding fifteen more quilts made between 2008 and today highlighting the last decade’s booming modern quilting movement.
This exhibit is free and open to everyone! For more information, please call 815-753-2011. To book a free guided tour, complete the museum's tour reservation form.
For more information on object-based learning opportunities, please download the "Quilts and Human Rights" Educational Flyer. This exhibition is generously supported by Cordogan Clark and Associates Inc., Michigan State University Museum, and NIU’s Center for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality.
Friday, May 11 at 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Cole Hall, Pick Museum of Anthropology
Cole Hall, DeKalb, IL 60115, USA, DeKalb, IL 60115