Sharing stories from her grandfather, a Pullman porter, and her great-grandmother, a slave and quilt designer, author and quiltmaker Ed Johnetta Miller tells family stories that have inspired her own colorful and improvisational quilts. She'll share her creativity by guiding guests through a hands-on paper quilt craft that they can take home. Ms. Miller's stories touch every generation - kids, be sure to bring your parents and grandparents!
Ms. Miller's visit is made possible by the Connecticut at Work Initiative of Connecticut Humanities in partnership with the Hartford Public Library and the Greater Hartford Arts Council.
FREE on-site parking is available. For more information, please contact Jenny Steadman at email@example.com or (860) 236-5621 x289.
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