Want to support the Border Wall Quilt Project without making a brick? Donate now. All funds will be used to maintain, ship, and insure the exhibit as it travels the country
Here is a link for the BWQP mail in entry form.
Section 2 of the wall has been constructed. See how that all came together in this series of time-lapse videos.
I try to arrange bricks so that each has something in common, or relates to the bricks around it in theme, color, or visual elements.
Section 2A organized.
Section 2B organized
Both sides of section 2 are laid out back-to-back.
Bricks are attached to the hanging system with a tag gun.
The first section of the wall has been assembled. We have made of video to show how to hang it so that interested venues can see how easy it is.
May 9, 2018
YES!! The first brick has arrived. A big thank you and shout out to Denise Labadie, who took time away from here stone quilts to make a brick.
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The call for entry went live today, May 1. A short description of the project is included below, but if you are intrigued and want to know more, follow this link for a full prospectus and entry forms.
We’re building a wall that brings people together, to talk about building a wall that keeps people apart. Creativity is welcome; social discourse is encouraged!
The Border Wall Quilt Project is a visual representation of a discussion about the proposed border wall between Mexico and the United States. Let’s use our medium and our skills to explore all aspects of this issue and what it would mean to those on both sides. Together, let’s consider political, environmental, cultural, and economic factors. Quilters in the United States and Mexico are invited to participate.
To be a part of the Border Wall Quilt Project, create and donate up to 3 small quilted pieces, 8” x 16” expressing your ideas, concerns, and opinions about the proposed border wall between the US and Mexico and issues related to immigration. Under the direction of fiber artist Lea McComas, these small quilts will be used as “bricks” to build a wall about the wall. This isn’t a juried exhibition; we intent to use all bricks that follow project guidelines. The wall will continue grow as more, and more, bricks are donated.
Find a full prospectus and entry forms at: borderwallquiltentry.com