Brentwood Arts Exchange Showcases Traditions of African-American Quilting in New Exhibit

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The Brentwood Arts Exchange is currently showcasing FREEDOM: Selected Works From The Uhuru Quilters Guild, a group exhibition, featuring the works of artists  Renee Anderson, Melba Brown, Phyllis Fagan, Cheryl Deene Hurd, Angela Lanier, Maxine Morgan, Tametha Morrow, Betty Phillips, Adrienne Randall, Sandra Schmidt, and Rose Swain.


"Uhuru" means "freedom" in Swahili. The Uhuru Quilters Guild's mission is to promote the work and accomplishments of African-American quilters, while also preserving the tradition, culture, and history of quilting.


FREEDOM runs through April 22, 2023, with an opening reception on Saturday, February 18, from 5 - 8 p.m., and an Artist and Curator Talk on Saturday, March 25, 2023 from 2-4 p.m. 



For more information, visit the Brentwood Arts Exchange.


Images of featured artworks:

  1. Renee Anderson
  2. Angela Lanier
  3. Cheryl Hurd
  4. Maxine Morgan
  5. Renee Anderson


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