April 30, 2020 - August 2, 2020
Exploring innovative ways artists give new life to recycled materials by creating stunning fiber-based works of art.
In 2001, the Wisconsin Quilt History Project, Inc. purchased the Hoffmann-Boeker farmstead as the future home of a museum dedicated to creating, preserving and teaching fiber arts. The 2.2 acre farm includes seven original stone and timber structures, the dairy barn with silo, farmhouse, ice house and summer kitchen / smokehouse / blacksmithery. The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts has since refurbished the barn for use as a gallery and education center, opening in August 2011. The site received Landmarks Designation from the City of Cedarburg in 2004. You don't want to make this exhibit or this beautiful museum!
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