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Sewn Together (Showing Now thru 4/13/13)

I don't know how many people have ever gone to see Quit exhibits but they can be quite breathtaking. Think about it...the time it takes to plan out, make the intricate patterns, color selections, let alone sew the piece together etc. Beautiful, amazing pieces of work...art. This is a visiting photographic exhibit- details below.


January 18, 2013 - April 13, 2013
Hours: Noon to 4:00 pm Tuesday through Thursday; Noon to 5:00 pm Friday; 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Saturday

Admission: Free

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Website: http://hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org/

"Sewn Together" is an exhibition of photographic quilts reflecting the family ties of Eatonville, Maitland and Winter Park. As a tribute to the 125th anniversary of the incorporation of the City of Eatonville, the oldest African-American municipality in the United States, seven families created a series of photographic quilts that tell the story of the relationships in the African-American communities of the three cities.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    It's always inspiring to see community achievements. Getting together with fellow artists and poets, and having interesting dialogue, priceless.

    April 6, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I saw some quilts in the Orlando Museum some time ago. They were amazing. There were like historical quilts, designed as a special map, with codes and sign, to help slaves and soldiers in the run. Of course the people of that time did not know it.

    1 · March 10, 2013

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