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.




June 24, 2019

Denise Labadie Snell - Stone Portraits

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Denise Labadie Snell creates art quilt portraits of luminescent old souls—megalithic stones and monoliths (and newer – though still centuries old – monastic ruins, passageways, and portals). Using her almost three decade “stone” art quilt portfolio as a guide, Denise will discuss her approach to creating an internationally-recognized body of work that specifically focuses on these ageless structures, visually telling their remarkable stories, developing a unique and memorable style, melding art and craftsmanship to catalyze creative and intuitive expression, and delivering “artistic soulfulness”.

Note: Her work will be featured at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles June 5 - July 14, 2019






No educational session in July - have a nice vacation.

August 26, 2019

Katie Pasquini Masopust - Quilts and Quilt Trips


Not necessarily your normal slide lecture—Katie presents images from her quilting trips and the unusual things she found there along with beautiful quilts from quilters all over. A more humorous look at the world from a quilter’s point of view.  








September 30, 2019

Martha Wolfe - Viewpoints 9: A Creative Journey


Martha Wolfe is an award-winning fiber artist and printmaker living in Northern California.

She is also the founding member and curator of the international collaborative group, Viewpoints 9, a group of nine artists sharing a guided creative journey and exhibiting together throughout the world. In Martha’s Monday lecture, you’ll be introduced to each of the members and learn why and how the group began and see examples of everyone’s work.