AN EVENING WITH
As a long time collector and dealer, as well as the caretaker of several other quilt collections, Julie has had access to some of the greatest antique quilts ever made.
This Zoom talk features extra- ordinary historic quilts, some of them never published or exhibited before. Examples include true Baltimore Album Quilts, other Pre-Civil War quilts, museum quality Amish quilts, Depression-era examples, quilts with tens of thousands of tiny pieces, and unique pictorial and other one-of-a-kind quilts.
About Julie Silber
Julie Silber is one of the world's most respected quilt experts, and a nationally known lecturer, author, consultant, and curator. For more than thirty-five years, she has been speaking on quilts as a way of exploring the rich world of our female past.
In addition to teaching and lecturing for quilt guilds, shows, and community groups, Julie has spoken at seminars, exhibitions and museums. She has been selling antique quilts to museums, businesses, and individuals since 1968.
Julie was the curator of the world renowned Esprit Quilt Collection in San Francisco and is the co-author of the critically acclaimed books, Hearts and Hands and Amish: The Art of the Quilt. She has curated two of the most respected quilt exhibitions of moderns times...those at The Oakland Museum and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Julie Silber Quilts specializes in buying, selling and appraising antique quilts made between 1780 and 1950. They also offer formal, written appraisals for insurance, donation, or retail purposes, as well as simple verbal appraisals. She is a well-known, acknowledged expert in the field of appraising antique and vintage quilts.
Learn more about Julie:
Meet Julie HERE as she discusses her knowledge about historical quilts from this PBS trailer of Craft in America aired in 2014 on YouTube.
The Zoom meeting room will open at 6:15 and the meeting will begin at 6:30 Mountain time. Guests are also welcome to attend this meeting for $8.00. Please register ahead of time and ensure that you know how to use Zoom prior to the meeting. The link will come by email when you register.
ACQ Members: Please sign in and register for free—it's so helpful to know how many are coming AND you'll be eligible for door prizes when you register. You will find the Show & Tell submission form on the Members-only page.