Speakers

EBHQ educational sessions are held the last Monday of the month, excluding July and December. Our May session is held the next-to-last Monday because of Memorial Day. We start to gather at 6:30 to greet one another, view displayed quilts, find pamphlets describing regional quilting events, or check out books from our extensive library.  Brief announcements start at 7:30 p.m., followed by a featured speaker from the quilting world. Guest admission is $5.   Map for Educational Sessions
   
 
                                                                   photo by Rachel Holmen

Speaker Velda Newman's award winning quilt, Zinnia, (88" X 211") is admired at a recent EBHQ meeting.



September 25,2017

Sujata Shah - "Cultural Fusion Quilts"

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While growing up in India, rich colors, hand woven textiles, and hand-crafts were part of Sujata’s daily life in which she learned to appreciate the irregularities and imperfections of handmade crafts. Her instinctive ability to work with colors and textures combined with education in graphic design helped her develop a unique style as a quilt designer. Inspired by the irregularities and imperfections of utilitarian quilts and handmade crafts from around the world, she developed abstract forms of traditional quilt blocks and subsequently published the book, Cultural Fusion Quilts.

Sujata’s presentation includes a slide show of her travels in India as well as of her journey as a quilter. Following the slide show Sujata will display original quilts from her book and share how she connects the dots between her memories of the past and today's creative process.


October 30,2017

Terry Waldron - "The Art of Doing It All"


This talk is a trunk show of the artist’s work beginning with some of the first quilts she ever made and extending all the way to her latest work. In it Terry shows how each piece is made up of things she learned from some amazing teachers, as well as her own innovations. Terry’s goal is to inspire quilters and give them confidence to "go their own ways." Quilting is personal, after all, so an artist needs to know a little bit about a lot of things so that she can venture out and do what is needed to make her own unique statement in cloth, having a lot of fun in the process! 

 

November 27,2017

Show & Tell


 
 
Jane Toro
  
Karen Garrison
  
Robin Halprin
  
Judy Jensen


No educational session in December.  Happy Holidays



January 29, 2018

Katie Pasquini Masopust - "Quilts and Quilt Trips"


Katie presents images from her many quilting trips, sharing the unusual things she’s found as well as beautiful quilts from around the world.