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Film Screening: Quiltmakers of Gee's Bend

Alabama Public Television documents the extraordinary lives, inspirations, and history of textile artists from a small, remote, black community in Alabama, and also follows them on a poignant and sometimes very comical bus journey to see their quilts exhibited at The Milwaukee Art Museum.

57 min.

Free for Members and free with Museum admission for Non-Members.

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