306 Bradley Street, Carrollton, GA 30117 (770) 301-2187


The Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum mission is to the preservation and history of quilts and textiles. Programs and galleries of the Museum will provide education and embrace the ever changing craft of quilting.

Mail: info@southeasternquiltmuseum.com





Southeastern Quilt & Textile Museum

presents:


Wall Art by

Marilyn Wall

April 3 - June 30


Workshop in June - check back for date

Current Exhibit

   Summer 2014 - “The Girls We Left Behind Us: Women and Their Lives in Civil War Carroll County”


   October - December, 2014 - Marti Michell exhibit, lecture and workshop

   January - March, 2015 - An exhibit of local artist, Bruce Bobick


Links       Photos

Upcoming Exhibits

The Girls We Left Behind Us

All-Call for Quilts

Did the great-grandmothers in your family create quilts and comforts for their families during the long and weary war years from 1861-1865? The Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum seeks to honor the women who kept the home-front going while men served miles away from home. These quilts commonly represent extraordinary  and heroic efforts  to provide for families, raise money for community projects and, at the same time, create items for their own pleasure.In celebration of the Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum's Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the Atlanta Campaign, the museum will be hosting an exhibit to recognize the efforts of women from all regions of the nation, and their rich story-laden histories, through a juried exhibition selected from participants from across the country.


If you have a Civil War era  quilt or a replica that you would like to submit for exhibition, please download and complete the application and mail it to 306 Bradley Street, Suite. C, Carrollton, GA 30117, or email it to info@southeasternquiltmuseum.com. Be sure to let us know if your quilt has a story (or history) that you would like to share, and keep in mind that the quilt can be of any age.  


The deadline for application submission is May 30, 2014. For more information, please contact the SQTM at info@southeasternquiltmuseum.com or

(770) 301-2187.

Hours of operation:

Thursdays & Fridays    

12pm - 5pm

Saturdays                   

10am - 4pm


Admission

$3 per person

Groups by Appointment

(group rates available)


We would appreciate your continued support in helping us provide programming and meet our goals. To make a tax-deductible contribution, click here:


Naming Opportunity

The SQTM is pleased to offer you the chance to honor a friend or loved one. With your gift, you have the opportunity to furnish the SQTM with a wooden bench featuring a plaque engraved with a personalized inscription. Your donations will help provide a place for gallery visitors to rest and enjoy the museum’s quilts! Please contact us for more information at (770) 301-2187 or at info@southeasternquiltmuseum.com