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IQSCM Annual Support Fund

IQSCM Annual Support Fund

We have reached a milestone.

In 2008, the magnificent International Quilt Study Center & Museum building in Lincoln, Nebraska, opened its doors. The largest publicly held quilt collection in the world had a new home in a facility inspired by its own remarkable art form. Echoing the three parts of a quilt, the glass windows represent the front, the galleries are the batting, and the offices make up the back. Honoring those who come together to learn and share in this space, the museum’s beautiful reception hall is shaped like the eye of a needle. As we celebrate 10 years at what we fondly refer to as Quilt House, we thank everyone who has supported us along the way.

Preserving the cultural heritage of quilt-making in all its forms is a priority at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum. People like you make it possible for us to bring quilts from around the world to Nebraska. You enable us to care for, conserve and preserve the amazing quilts in our collection. When you make a gift to the IQSCM, your contribution provides financial support for world-class exhibitions, educational programs and global outreach — all resulting in more meaningful experiences for visitors.

Please help us celebrate our 10-year anniversary with a gift to the Quilt House. Your support is critical as we embark on the next 10 years.

Give to the IQSCM Annual Support Fund.


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Heather Lundine

Heather Lundine

Lied Center for Performing Arts, Sheldon Museum of Art, International Quilt Study Center & Museum
402-458-1281 direct
800-432-3216 toll free
heather.lundine@nufoundation.org
Heather’s fundraising efforts are focused on the Lied Center for Performing Arts, the Sheldon Museum of Art and the International Quilt Study Center & Museum. Heather has a longtime relationship with the arts in Nebraska and has worked in the nonprofit sector for more than 10 years. Heather joined the foundation in 2016 and is passionate about her work, because scholarships helped her reach her own educational goals.
 
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