Examining Mary Catherine Lamb's quilt Sock Monkey Jamboree in the collection of the International Quilt Study Center at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, for an exhibition co-curated with Michael James, Perspectives: Art, Craft, Design and the Studio Quilt, for the IQSC. November 21st, 2009 - May 9th, 2010. (Photo by Michael James)
CONSULTING CURATOR for the Texas Quilt Museum, www.texasquiltmuseum.org (2011 to the present), jurying and curating exhibitions, including touring exhibitons.
Jurying Evolutions 2014 for the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, Golden, Colorado.
Co-jurying Butterflies and their Beautiful Kin 2013, for the Texas Quilt Museum, La Grange, Texas.
Co-juried Art Quilt Elements 2012, Wayne Art Center, Wayne, Pennsylvania.
Curated New York Fiber in the 21st Century for Lehman College Art Galelry, 2011, New York.
Co-curated Blue Door Gallery's Inaugural Exhibition (various media), 2009, Yonkers, New York.
Connecting Threads: sole juror for 2010 exhibition of studio quilts from the Front Range Contemporary Quilters, Longmont Museum, Longmont, Colorado.
Juried the 2009 Studio Art Quilt Associates Musings exhibition.
Juried California Fibers 2007, exhibition at the Visions Art Quilt Gallery, San Diego.
Juried Transformations 2007: Reverberations from Studio Art Quilt Associates.
From 2006-2009, I was the managing curator for MetroTexural: Art Quilts from the Manhattan Quilters Guild. See the Quiltart web site for images of these quilts.
In 2006, I juried and curated Surface Tension, an exhibition of studio quilts, which has its own archival page in this site.
Along with co-juror Maxine Farkas, I juried Quilt 21: American Art Quilts for the 21st Century in 2000. Forty-two pieces were chosen, by forty-three artists from twenty-one states. This exhibition traveled for two years, 2001-2002.
Among the online exhibitions juried by me was the Nevada Art Quilt Competition, featured on the Quiltart web site in 2000.
My ﬁrst foray into jurying and curating a studio quilt exhibition was the original Fine Focus national competition in 1998. These ﬁfty small-format works toured the country until 2001. Each piece was sewn onto canvas mounted on 18-in.-square stretchers. The images from this exhibition have been archived online at www.quiltart.com/ff/. (Forty percent of the quilts were sold during the tour.)
In 1998 I curated an exhibition of photography for The Urban Center (NYC) entitled Walking the Waterway: Scenes along the Old Croton Aqueduct Trailway.
From 1986 until 1994, I was a curator at The Hispanic Society of America (NYC), where I organized several major exhibitions of materials from special collections.