Sacred Threads – Traveling Exhibition
Sacred Threads is a prestigious juried art quilt exhibition about joy, inspiration, spirituality, healing, grief, and peace & brotherhood. The 2019 exhibition premiered in Herndon, VA, from July 11 to July 28, 2019. About 30 art quilts from this exhibition were selected to travel across the US. I’m delighted that my piece “Illumination #1” is part of the traveling exhibition.
Below you can find the exhibiting venues and dates (as of 03-02-2020). I will update this schedule here whenever I get new information, so check back frequently or subscribe to my newsletter.
Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum
August 1 – September 26, 2020
306 Bradley Street, Carrollton, GA 30117
* Please call the museum or check their website for updates on their Covid-19 safety measures! *
The Rectory —City of Norcross, Norcross, GA
Best of the Valley Quilt Show:
Northern Star Quilters Guild Show:
Cancelled Venues as of 08-01-2020
Ogallala Quilters’ Society Spring Festival, Dimmitt, TX
American Quilter’s Society Shows:
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Brasstown, NC
First Baptist Church, Greensboro, NC
West Raleigh Presbyterian Church, Raleigh, NC
HeART Gallery, Toledo, OH
Flint Festival of Quilts, Flint, MI
Selected Past Exhibitions
The Art of Mental Health
November 12, 2019 – January 24, 2020 (admission is free)
Opening Reception: November 14, 2019, 6-8 pm
Panel Discussion: December 6, 12 – 1pm
Location: Gallery 235 at the Rubenstein Arts Center, Duke University, 2020 Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27705
Unfortunately, mental illness is still a taboo topic despite the fact that so many people are suffering, not only the patients themselves, but also their families and close friends. My goal is to encourage a conversation through my art.
Therefore, it is a great privilege for me that my art quilt “Wall of Depression” was selected to be exhibited at the Rubenstein Arts Center at Duke University. In addition, I was invited to be a panelist for the discussion of art and mental health. You can watch my 5-minutes presentation on my YouTube channel.
In this exhibit, the organizer Dr. Melissa Miller showcases visual art work that highlights active efforts toward creating and maintaining mental health and wellness. You can read more about this exhibition at https://artscenter.duke.edu/event/the-art-of-mental-health-exhibit/.
You can also read a little bit more about this exhibition and my contribution in an article published in the November issue of Carolina Arts.
©Christine Hager-Braun 2015, Wall of Depression, Fiber, 43.5″ x 43.5″ x 2″
Alchemy of Resilience
September 6 – 27, 2019
Campbell House Galleries
Arts Council of Moore County
482 East Connecticut Avenue
Southern Pines, NC 28388
Opening Reception: Friday September 6, 6-8 pm
Art Saturday: September 21, 2-4 pm
Gallery Hours: Weekdays: 9 am – 5 pm – Weekend: Saturday Sept 21, 2-4 pm
Phone: 910-692-ARTS (2787)
For more information on selected past exhibitions please follow this link here.
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