Exhibtions at the James B. and Rosalyn L. Pick Museum of Anthropology

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Quilts and Human Rights

Opening September 5, 2017

"Quilts and Human Rights" features over 40 quilts from around the world that honor champions of human rights, document events and experiences that show quiltmaking as a means of coping with oppression, and examine how quilts can raise awareness about social issues. This traveling exhibit, originally opened at the Michigan State University Museum in 2008, has been expanded for the Pick Museum installation to include 15 additional quilts made in the last decade. Check the website soon for information about the exhibit opening and programming schedule. For more information about exhibit tours, contact Curator Laura McDowell Hopper.