The Reginald F. Lewis Museum pays tribute to the life and legacy of Black fiber artist Elizabeth Talford Scott whose creative genius transformed the art of quilting. Enjoy an interdisciplinary experience produced by  jazz trumpeter Brandon Woody, dancer artist Asya Shaw  and poet Nia June in observance of Jazz and  Poetry Appreciation Month.

In conjunction with BLACK WOMAN GENIUS: Elizabeth Talford Scott—Tapestries of Generations. The exhibition focuses on Elizabeth Talford Scott as a key figure for Black women in the fiber arts. Through her exceptional artistry, she brilliantly reflects her life experiences as a Black Woman.

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Add to Calendar 20240413 America/New_York 800 East Pratt Street Baltimore MD 21202 Live Performance Threads – In Honor of Elizabeth Talford Scott