Treat yourself to a program and spring luncheon
at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts
Friday, May 10, 2019
Trisha Frankland, challenge designer for Project QUILTING, teacher, graphic designer and a sassy chick with a really big laugh presents:
Modern? Or Not?
(and who even cares?)
In this interactive lecture and discussion, "Modern? Or Not?" we’ll talk about art categories, quilting movements, labels, characterization, and why it even matters. Plan to bring along a quilt so we can discuss its elements and where it falls on the spectrum.
Catered luncheon follows. (Catering done through Settlers Inn)
Register by May 5th.
About the Artist:
Trisha was originally drawn to quilting by the amazing things that happen when two quilt blocks meet: those incredible secondary patterns that make a simple quilt zing. She started quilting in 2002, and found her groove creating up to date quilts from traditional blocks and patterns using all the fabrics, tools and technology the modern world can offer.
Trisha describes herself as a Regionally Famous Quilter with an ever expanding region, a librarian and book geek, copy editor & writer, an ovarian cancer survivor and a rock and roll fan. You can find out more at her website www.QUILTChicken.com