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O'Hanlon Center for the ArtsSomebody's Child 2 juried into the virtual exhibit Women Making the Mark 2021. My 'talking chair' appears at 1:24:40...a 60 sec talk about the work
Quilt National '17speaking about my work Defining Moments 12: NO Means NO, on exhibit at Quilt National 2017
Quilt National '21speaking (virtually) about my work Somebody's Child 2, juried into Quilt National in 2021.
Quilt National '21: Artist TalksQuilt National'21: speaking about my work along with Jane Lloyd, Natalya Khorover and Naomi Velasquez
Stories of Migration: George Washington Univ Textile Museumspeaking about my artwork at the "Stories of Migration" exhibition, a joint collaboration between SAQA and The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, Washington, DC
Textile Talksspeaking about my narrative work, the inspiration for same and my work Keeping Up Appearances 5 as part of the exhibit 'Upcycle,' sponsored by Studio Art Quilt Associates. (SAQA)
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Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
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Petaluma Arts Council
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Sonoma Valley Museum of Art
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