A New Kind of Museum
I cannot find the right words (and I LOVe to find the right words) to express how much I enjoy the Running Stitch podcast. Their archives of quilt stories aren’t left to moulder in a basement. Instead they have created an audio museum to curate and educate by juxtaposing old and new. Form followed function to the podcast medium when we couldn’t acquire history the old way, with collected objects. Now, our exhibitions are of sound! As a bonus, audio documentation first blossomed during the Sesquicentennial quilting boom so this project connects so many of us to our mothers and grandmothers during a time of isolation.
princessmax* via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/30/20
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