Quilt I at the Madame Walker Theatre

Indianapolis, IN, March 2012. This photograph was taken at the Madame Walker Theatre in March 2012 at a community arts and health event.



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TEDx Indianapolis: Building Community One Stitch at a Time

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Quilt VI _ Central Library