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As Hurricane Ian continues its path, please check with organizers before attending an event or applying to a classified. COCA will email and/or post updates on our social media sites. Emergency information can be found here for Leon County and the City of Tallahassee. Contact COCA at info@tallahasseearts.org and 850-224-2500. Our building will be closed on Thursday and Friday, September 29th & 30th, reopening on Monday, October 3rd. Stay informed & stay safe.

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COCA Exhibition

On display are quilt works from members of the Quilters Unlimited guild. Formed in 1981 for the purpose of promoting knowledge of, and interest in quilting and the art of quilt making, Quilters Unlimited offers learning, sharing, and enrichment opportunities to anyone who is interested. Quilters Unlimited is proud to be part of the convergence of cultures from all over the world that together have shaped the vibrant heritage of American quilts.

Join us in celebrating local art through the 2022 Quilters Unlimited exhibition. This juried show is highly anticipated by Tallahassee residents and artists alike, and is sure to amaze and delight all who visit. The quilt designs at times defy your imagination and run the gamut from tranquil to explosive. With works featuring playful animals, amazing geometric patterns, and vibrant colors, the range and diversity will be sure to inspire.

On display are quilt works from members of the Quilters Unlimited guild. Formed in 1981 for the purpose of promoting knowledge of, and interest in quilting and the art of quilt making, Quilters Unlimited offers learning, sharing, and enrichment opportunities to anyone who is interested. Quilters Unlimited is proud to be part of the convergence of cultures from all over the world that together have shaped the vibrant heritage of American quilts. To learn more about Quilters Unlimited, please visit https://quilttallahassee.com

17 artists will show their work in this year’s Quilters Unlimited exhibit at the Tallahassee City Hall Art Gallery. Those artists are:

Connie Betterley, Margaret Boeth, Judith Boettcher, Kerry Cohen, Mary Z Cox, Ellen Fournier, Julie Fredrickson, Ann Gaber, Lyn Geariety, Dawn Griffin, Janet Hughes, Sue Isaac, Deborah Kelly, Linda Robbins, Linda Stright, Janet Taylor, and Marsha Walper.

These quilts will be on display in the Tallahassee City Hall Art Gallery from June 29 – September 5, 2022. All the submitted works can be viewed on COCA’s Online Gallery.

This is one of many exhibitions curated by the Council on Culture & Arts for the Art in Public Places program on behalf of the City of Tallahassee. For more information about this program, click here. For more information about this exhibition, upcoming exhibitions, or the Art in Public Places program, contact COCA, (850) 224-2500 or info@tallahasseearts.org.