Hosted by AUC Woodruff Library, the 2013 Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Exhibit celebrates the creativity and artistry in quilt making. The exhibit features more than 75 beautifully patterned contemporary, traditional, and art quilts. Reflecting a diversity of themes, each quilt tells a unique story. The exhibit is located on the Library's lower level in the Woodi Gallery and Quiet Study Suite.
The quilts on display are created by members of the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild of Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 2000 by Jocelyn Carter and Nancy Franklin, the Guild was born out of the vision of bringing together other African American quilters who share a love of what some call art and others call a craft. The Guild is now a diverse group of more than 45 quilters from all over the metro Atlanta area with varying quilting skills and interests. Contact 404-978-2003 for more information.