Location & Contact Information
- Presented By: Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
- Dates: April 28, 2021 - July 16, 2021
- Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
- Location: Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
- Address: 200 Violet Street, Suite 140, Golden, CO 80401
- Phone: (303) 277-0377
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: https://www.rmqm.org/
- Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
- Price: Adults: $10, Seniors 65+: $9, Students & Military w/ID: $5, Children 6 – 12: $5, under 6: Free
Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum Current Exhibits:
In the Main Gallery: Jackie Grimaldi | Every Stitch Matters
Jackie Grimaldi, a native Coloradan, calls Steamboat Springs her home. She learned her sewing skills from her mother, a 4H leader for half a century. Jackie, a life-long sewist, has spent years developing her unique and beautiful style. Jacki has been the driving force behind the promotion of quilt exhibits at the Routt County Fair for years and has participated in quilt exhibits at Colorado’s State Capitol, Houston Quilt Festival, as well as the Steamboat Art Museum. She has won awards for her excellence in quilting.
In the Northeast Gallery: Barbara Yates Beasley | Walk on the Wild Side
A love for the animal kingdom has always been a guiding principle in Barbara Yates Beasley’s fabric collages. From a wild collection of fabric emerges the personality of her subjects. Many animals sport crazy colors that express their freedom to be themselves, and not just be a part of the pack. Beasley was born into a family of needleworkers. Barbara grew up on Sugarloaf Mountain, just outside Boulder, Colorado, filled with handwork crafted by her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. The quilts and textile arts in the home and the dogs, goats, rabbits, and chickens outside the home influenced her early on. Beasley’s love of animals and color started this leg of the journey. Add to that a love of fabric, both commercial and hand-dyed and you have a 10- year long love affair that shows no sign of stopping.
For more information on the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, please go visit: http://www.rmqm.org
Some facts about the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum:
--The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum was incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in 1982; RMQM opened in 1990 in downtown Golden, Colorado, with a gift of 101 quilts from the personal collection of Eugenia Mitchell, the Museum’s founder.
--RMQM was the third quilt museum in the United States in 1990 and is now one of eleven dedicated quilt museums in the country.
--RMQM has a global reach welcoming visitors from six continents, multiple countries, and each of the United States.
--Two galleries host eight exhibits per year—displaying over 250 quilts, historical and contemporary art quilts from the museum’s collection, as well as quilts by national and regional quilt artists. Exhibitions range from traditional to contemporary, each with a unique style and theme.