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Quilting has long been a method for storytelling, resistance, and community building. Join multidisciplinary artist William Daniels as we explore contemporary issues through quilting. Daniels’ quilts feature traditional quilt blocking and paper piecing techniques as well as nontraditional components. Throughout this three-session series, participants will plan, sketch, and develop their own quilting blocks, receiving demonstration and feedback from Daniels himself.

The sessions will conclude with a “Quilt Selfie,” which will allow participants to connect their quilt blocks in a single collaborative piece. Quilters, hobbyists, and first timers all welcome!

William Daniels is a multidisciplinary artist working primarily in textile. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Daniels lives, works, and creates art in New York City. He is a 4th year PhD student pursuing an interdisciplinary degree in Art Theory, Philosophy and Aesthetics at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts. Deriving inspiration from urban art, he confronts contemporary issues and experiments with modern archetypes with historical, societal, or spiritual topics.

This free program will feature breakout rooms and will be hosted through Zoom, with the option to dial in. Details will be emailed to you upon registration. This program includes closed captioning. For general questions or if we can provide additional accessibility services or accommodations to support your participation in this program, please email us at
Jun 22, 2021 04:00 PM
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