Friday, November 26, 2010

American Folk Art Museum

American Folk Art Museum Presents:
Infinite Variety: Three centuries of Red and White Quilts
American Folk Art Museum at Park Armory
643 Park Ave, New York City (between 66th & 67th Streets)
March 25-30, 2011

For six days in March, the American Folk Art Museum will dramatically transform the Park Avenue Armory's historica 55,000-square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall with the installation of more than 650 red and white American quilts, all of which are on loan from one private New York City collection. It will be the largest exhibition of quilts ever held in the city. As an extraordinary gift to the public, entry to this unprecedented event is free. A cafe and a book and gift shop will be open during show hours.

The American Folk Art Museum will be offeing exhibition programs and group tours. Information: 212.265.1040 ext 381, or


Michele said...

And if anyone is planning to come to NYC to see the exhibit, the Manhattan Empire Quilters Guild is having their bi-annual quilt show that same weekend (Sat/Dun)at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Melody Crust said...

Send the details and maybe a picture. I'll post it.