African American Quilt & Doll Guild’s Art Shown at Waterloo’s Framed Gallery

Fri 3/1 @ 6PM

Framed Gallery is the new kid on the block in the Waterloo Arts district. Opened late last year, it specializes in African-American art from across the country.

But its next exhibit will display a wealth of black art from right in our own backyard. Fabrications features work by visual narrative artist and quilter Carolyn Crump and members of the African American Quilt and Doll Guild, a Warrensville Heights-based organization founded in 2006 that includes dozens of members. Their diverse, fiber-based work ranges from abstract and decorative to pieces that tell powerful social-, cultural- and political-based stories about the black experience in America.

The show opens during Walk All Over Waterloo Fri 3/1 and remains on view through Sun 3/31.





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