International Quilt Study Center and Museum 10 Year Anniversary
The International Quilt Study Center & Museum, known fondly as Quilt House, is home to the largest publicly held collection of quilts in the world, dating from the early 1700s to the present and representing more than 50 countries. Sharing and preserving these treasures are expensive and only made possible thanks to the generosity of our donors.
Susan Weber, a University of Nebraska–Lincoln alumna and president-elect of the Friends of the IQSCM, has pledged $10,000 to support preservation and exhibition at Quilt House to honor her late mother, Gweneth Moxham Eickman.
Susan is making a $10,000 gift to be shared equally between the International Quilt Study Center & Museum Exhibition Fund and the IQSCM Preservation Fund. But now we need YOUR help. She is challenging the quilting community to collectively match her $10,000 gift and bolster our continuous growth.
“My challenge to the quilting community across the world is to match or surpass my $10,000 gift in honor of my mother in order to exhibit and preserve the quilts at IQSCM. Your gifts will help bolster continuous growth as the museum goes into its second decade. Thank you for your help in matching my gift.”
–Susan Eickman Weber, ‘93
Please make your contribution by June 30, 2018, to help us reach our $10,000 goal and match this generous donation from Nebraska alumna Susan Weber!