Drop-in all day to be a part of the quilt! Participants can write a phrase, draw a quick picture, or put anything they think of on a square of fabric. The squares are then knotted into a loose felt quilt that captures the spirit of the community today and can grow into the future.
San Francisco sculptor and fiber artist William Rhodes has worked with Black communities facing gentrification to preserve their legacies and culture through colorful, collaborative quilts. This October, he visits Key West to lead the making of two quilts, in advance of his April exhibition at The Studios.