Friends of International Quilt Study Center, Lincoln, NE - Exhibit of recent quilts by Michael James, 06/05/15-02/27/16.
Millennium Quilters Guild, Bridgeport WV - Assist with rent and cash awards for a quilt show in North Central West Virginia, 120 quilts in an NQA judged show.
New Britain Museum, New Britain, CT - Stitched in Time, 50 quilts on display from 10/04/14-01/04/15,educational programs and speaker presentations during the exhibit.
Schnipsis & Freischerier, Barbara Lange, Germany - Radiation From Big Bank to Present, June 22, 2014 exhibit in Geneva Switzerland. Funds requested for prep and printing of catalog.
LaConner Quilt & Textile Museum, LaConner, WA, to support their efforts to prepare and complete a collection of 12 quilts donated to the museum by Dr. Thomas Schlotterback, with the quilts dating from 1890-1930 and made by Josie Teeter Schlotterback and her mother, Mary Teeter. The quilts and many items of physical memorabilia are to be exhibited at the museum.
Texas Quilt Museum, La Grange, TX, for the purchase of shipping bins, museum hanging and lighting equipment, to be used for 16 upcoming touring exhibits of the quilts from the "Lone Stars III: a Legacy of Texas Quilts-1986-2011" as well as additional tours to be scheduled.
2011 - Three Awards:
Aimee E. Newell, Ph.D., North Grafton, MA, for support in the publication of a book, tentatively titled "A Stitch In Time: The Needlework of Aging Women in Antebellum America."
New England Quilt Museum, Lowell, MA, to support a new exhibit called "Backstitch: A 25- Year Retrospective of Advances & Milestones in Quiltmaking."
Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, Golden, CO, to help support their 2012 exhibit, "Male Call: Quilts by Men."
2010 - Three Awards: (Due to no applications/awards in 2009.)
One award to Kirby Quilt Club, Francine Miller, Wichita Falls, TX for the purpose of teaching quilting and community service through quilting to disadvantaged students and others attending Kirby Junior High.
One award to University of Nebraska – Lincoln, International Quilt Studies Center to help with the "Voices from the Past Exhibition and Catalog."
One award to Arizona Quilter’s Hall of Fame, Phoenix, AZ to help with the "Arizona Centennial Quilt Project."
2008 - One Award:
One award to New Way Life, Mongolian Quilting Center for the campaign to purchase a building for the "Mongolian Quilting Center."
2007 - One Award:
One award to University of Nebraska Foundation as a contribution to the building fund of the International Quilt Study Center for quilt research, storage, preservation, collection, study and teaching of quilting, its history and related subjects.
2006 - Two Awards:
One award to New England Quilt Museum to fund an exhibit to be held August through October, 2006 and CD of Bicentennial and Centennial Birthdays.
One award to the University of Northern Iowa, Dr. Marybeth C. Stalp, Assistant Professor of Sociology, for her manuscript "Quilting: The Fabric of Everyday Life," to document the process of quilting and the people who do it.
2005 - One Award:
One award to Mennonite Relief Sale Quilt Project to document the "Mennonite Relief Sale Quilt" and the meaning of the work of the women who made these fund-raising quilts throughout the United States and Canada.
2004 - Three Awards:
One award to East Texas Research Center, Stephen F. Austin State University Quilting Stories of East Texas.
One award to Great Lakes Quilt Center, Michigan State University Museum, Mary Worrell, Curator Assistant. Quilt re-housing project to catalog and re-house 56 quilts from the collection of the museums collection.
One award to International Miniature Textiles Exhibition II, Island Heights, NJ, by Joanie San Chirico. To exhibit small quilts and educate the public about quilts that push the boundaries beyond traditional yet use the same methods and techniques as traditional quilts.
2003 - Three Awards:
One award to Lynne Z. Basset to document the importation, domestic manufacture, patterns of ownership and designs of early American whole-cloth quilts.
One award to Quilter’s Save Our Stories (Q.S.O.S.) to interview members of the Needle and Thread Guild, an African-American guild of approximately one hundred members that meet in the south side of Chicago.
One award to sponsor Sacred Threads Quilt Exhibition 06/18-07/01, 2003 in Columbus, Ohio.
2002 - Three Awards:
One award to the Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site, Juliette, Georgia, to fund the creation of climate-controlled storage in an existing building, to organize over three hundred boxes of quilts, woven coverlets, quilting squares and templates, sewing patterns, rugs, tatting and embroidery.
One award to the Mountain Heritage Center of Western Carolina University to fund documentation of thirty-five quilts that are representative of southern Appalachia.
One award to San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles to conduct oral histories with ten key people who have shaped the museum in its first twenty-five years.
2001 - Five Awards:
One award to the New England Quilt Museum exhibit "Parallel Threads" which explores the differences and similarities of European American and African America quilters.
One award for the appraisal and documentation of quilts in the collections of the Amherst Museum in Amherst, New York.
One award for an exhibition at the Grace Museum in Abilene, Texas titled, " A Stitch in Time," the first exhibition of historic quilts held at The Grace Museum.
One award to the Log Cabin Heritage Foundation for the Log Cabin Village Historical Complex in Fort Worth, Texas for quilt preservation and storage.
One award to the Little Milligan School, Butler, Tennessee for supplies to teach students in rural Appalachia the basics of quilt making.
2000 - Four Awards:
One award to fund a survey and documentation project of northwest Texas quilts sponsored by the Museum of Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas.
One award to the York County Heritage Trust, York, PA for the catalogue/exhibit: "Out of Hiding - 150 Years of York County Quilts."
One award for a conservation and documentation project of the Old Aurora Colony Quilts by the Old Aurora Colony Museum, Aurora, Oregon.
One award to fund textile storage materials for the Red River Historical Museum of Sherman, Texas.
1999 - Two Awards:
One award to The Goldstein: A Museum of Design at the University of Minnesota to fund an interpretive exhibit entitled "A Gathering of Stitches" during the summer of 1999.
One award to the Heritage Quilt Project of New Jersey, to support the publication of the biography of Florence Peto.
1998 - Two Awards:
One award to the Mountain Heritage Center at Western Carolina University in North Carolina to fund an educational project entitled "Reading a Quilt."
One award to the West Texas Quilt Documentation Project, facilitated by the Museum of Texas Tech University, to fund an examination and documentation project for the quilt collections at five museums in west Texas.
1997 - Three Awards:
One award to Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, to support the publication of an exhibition catalog on Quilts and Quilting in New England.
One award to the Museum of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, to fund the reorganization and rehousing of the museum's quilt collection.
One award to the American Museum of Quilts and Textiles in San Jose, California, to support the museum's "Dwellings" exhibit.
1996 - Two Awards:
One award to the Hawaiian Quilt Research Project to document Hawaiian embroidery quilts.
One award to the Crawford County Historical Society in northwestern Pennsylvania to fund a seven county quilt documentation project.
1995 - Two Awards:
One award to Catherine Cerney of Blacksburg, Virginia, for the project "Quilt Ownership: Sentimental Attachments and Social Significance," research furthering the Rhode Island Quilt Documentation Project.
One award to the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Otsego County, New York 4-H Program, to make a quilt celebrating the 4-H program's 75th anniversary.
1994 - One Award:
One award to the American Quilt Study Group for reprinting the 1990 issue of Uncoverings, a scholarly quilt history journal.
1993 - One Award:
One award to Jack Brockette and Jacob Hani for a project with the Dallas Independent School District incorporating quilt making into the curriculum with other subjects such as math, as well as connecting quilt making with the African-American heritage in poetry and art, leading to a display of the quilts in the community.
1992 - One Award:
One award to Susan Bland of Park City, Utah, for a show presenting the stories of ten women using quilt portraits and personal memorabilia.
1991 - One Award:
One award to the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden City, Colorado, to make a pictorial quilt outlining the history of the city and to develop a trunk show to take to local schools.
1990 - One Award:
One award to the Austin Area Quilt Guild to fund the production of audiovisual materials and written materials about how to preserve quilts, to be used to educate quilt owners.
1989 - One Award:
One award to the Dallas County Heritage Society to create a quilt room at Old City Park in Dallas to catalogue Texas and American quilts.
1988 - One Award:
One award to an individual to research pre-1940 quilts of the Amish, Mennonites, and Hutterites.