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2017 SAQA Conference - Creation to Curation!  

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The 2017 SAQA Conference "Creation to Curation" was held April 27-30 in Lincoln, Nebraska. This was a joint conference with the International Quilt Study Center and Museum.  

Our organizing committee planned a full schedule of events, covering a wide range of topics.

 

About the IQSCM

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The International Quilt Study Center was founded in 1997 when native Nebraskans Robert & Ardis James donated their collection of quilts to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In response to the public’s demand to see the quilts combined with an ever-growing collection of antique, contemporary and international quilts, the Museum was opened 2008.

Today, the International Quilt Study Center & Museum has the world’s largest public collection of its kind, with more than 4,500 quilts showcasing four centuries of quiltmaking from 50 countries. At any time, 32,000 square feet of rotating gallery and exhibition space highlight upwards of 200 quilts that illustrate the spectrum of quilting including traditional or historic quilts, wonderfully imaginative studio quilts, or the diverse international quilts.

 


Have a question about the Conference? Contact us at registrar@saqa.com