And Still We Rise Quilt Exhibit Honoring 400 Years of African American History
In historic Oak Bluffs, this nationally touring exhibit of contemporary quilts is from the Women of Color Quilters network. Each of the 42 quilts depicts a key moments or person from 400 years of African American history through the perspective and stunning fiber artistry of some of the country’s foremost quilt artists. “Not to be missed. “It brought tears to my eyes.” Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (except Mondays) through October. Presented by the Mariposa Museum and World Culture Center in a new air conditioned, wheelchair-accessible space at 57 Circuit Ave., across from Union Chapel and Vineyard Vines. Free admission (donations are tax deductible and encouraged).