The Lakeside Quilting Guild Presents
The Journey of a Round Robin Quilt
This exhibition celebrates our divergent styles and creative expression. Each round robin quilt is designed and executed by three to four different quilt artists. The quilters have different styles, varying experience levels and different creative expressions. All this complexity comes together to make dozens of beautiful quilts.
The exhibit will display how over the past five years we have cycled through the development of quilts that use all the geometric shapes in perfect harmony. Starting from a small center square, the quilts evolve into works of beauty and function.
The public is invited to view this dynamic display that illustrates divergent styles and magnificent workmanship at this iconic lakefront landmark. Guild members will be available most days of the exhibition from 1 pm-4 pm to provide additional information about the exhibition.
South Shore Cultural Center Art Gallery
7059 South Shore Drive
November 3, 2017 through November 28, 2017
For hours and directions:
OPEN HOUSE - Sunday, November 5 from 1:00-4:00
The Lakeside Quilting Guild was formed in 2012. Their mission is to promote quilting and fiber arts through community service, education and fellowship. In the past five years they have donated over two hundred quilts to the Newborn Center at Jackson Park Hospital, the Hyde Park Transitional Housing Project, Susan B. Coleman Center and Rush Hospital.
The Lakeside Quilting Guild gathers every Tuesday evening at 6:30 in the Community Room located on the lower level of the Treasure Island in Hyde Park at 1526 E 55th St, Chicago, IL
CONTACT: Jackie Lipscomb email@example.com