The Lynch Quilts Project is a community-based initiative developed and led by artist LaShawnda Crowe Storm, which examines the history and ramifications of racial violence in the United States of America through the textile tradition of quilting. Rooted in community co-creation and storytelling, join us in weaving a path towards a more healed and just future for all.

BUTTER Art Fair, Fall 2021
BUTTER Art Fair, Fall 2021

Quilt I, Her Name was Laura Nelson and Quilt VI, Memoria: In Progress.

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Quilt I at The Tube Art Factory
Quilt I at The Tube Art Factory

Fall 2017. Checkout Spring 2018 Newsletter to learn more about the exhibit, Keeper of My Mothers' Dreams.

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Community in Action
Community in Action

Project community members and quilters beading Quilt I, Her Name was Laura Nelson at The Chicago Historical Society. April 2004. From left to right: Otis Grove, Tamara and Patricia Williams.

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BUTTER Art Fair, Fall 2021
BUTTER Art Fair, Fall 2021

Quilt I, Her Name was Laura Nelson and Quilt VI, Memoria: In Progress.

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