Follow Dr. William Rush Dunton Jr. on his journey to understand the Baltimore album quilt tradition and learn how quilts served as the building blocks for his groundbreaking work in occupational therapy. Explore the Maryland Center for History and Culture's internationally famous quilt collection, including never-before-seen pieces, and Dr. Dunton’s personal works to unravel a narrative that connects Dunton’s views on quilts, gender, and mental health in the 1940s.
Support for this exhibition is generously provided by the Baltimore Appliqué Society and Mimi and Bob Dietrich.
Plan your visit at https://www.mdhistory.org/visit/hours-admission/.
Friday, September 30, 2022 at 10:00am to 5:00pm
Maryland Center for History and Culture 610 Park Ave