in the galleries

Designed to entertain as well as educate, changing exhibitions in the 2,000 square foot gallery space in the History Center feature diverse topics that speak to the area's multi-faceted history and interests.

NOW ON VIEW: Community Stitches: Quilt Designs & Stories
HOURS: Exhibition Galleries & Museum Store Wed-Sun 12-5 pm | Research Library Fri-Sun 1-4 pm

IN THE GALLERIES: MARCH 8 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 10, 2023

Image: Detail, Honey Bee Crazy Quilt, 1892; PMH Costume & Textile Collection. Photograph by Joanne Wilborn/Marlyn Woo.

Community Stitches: Quilt Designs & Stories features more than 60 quilts representing over 180 years of quilt-making in America. Curated by Arlene Stevens and Leah Zieber of the California Heritage Quilt Project, highlights include treasures from the Museum’s extensive textile collection along with select pieces on loan. Join us to discover hidden stories in these stitches of the past as we explore the complex history of quilts made by and for the Pasadena community.

THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS:

Paloheimo Foundation
Susan Stevens and Family
PMH Textile Arts Council