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Rosie Lee Wilkins, African-American Quilt Research

Doing research on African American quilt history can often be a challenge.

Marsha McDowell, Professor of Art and Art History and Curator of Folk Arts and Quilt Studies at Michigan State University Museum, will give a virtual presentation  about some of the research done thirty years ago on Rosie Wilkins.

Then learn about free online tools and resources, such as The Quilt Index (www.quiltindex.org) and Enslaved.org that are providing new ways to research not only African American quilt artists and history, but any quilt artist and quilt-making tradition around the world.

The Zoom event is set for 6 p.m., Wednesday, February 24.

For more information and to register, visit https://lakeshoremuseum.org/

Taming All The ‘To-Do’s’ In Your Life

Linda Fuzi, from Organize Within LLC, will explore the many ways people can simplify their lives, including setting up daily systems, using technology and learning how to conquer the unique situations that arise.

This Muskegon Area District Library Online event is set for 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 24.

Registration is required on the madl.org calendar. A Zoom link will be emailed  before the program. Send in questions when you register or ask during the Q & A after the presentation.

‘Standing Rock’ exhibits ends February 28

“Levi Rickert:?Standing Rock, Photographs of an Indigenous Movement,” ends February 28.

Rickert (Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation) is the founder, publisher and editor of Native News Online. This collection of photographs documents his journey to Standing Rock in 2016 as part of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests.

For information, visit: https://muskegonartmuseum.org


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