Everyday Use Quilting Program RSVP
We are happy announce our first sewing class will focus on quilting for children ages 9-17. Students will learn about the history of quilting in the African-American community. Each participant will make a small hanging wall art and a 9 inch quilt block that will become part of a group quilt. Students will also learn about poetry and the creative expressions of the Black Arts Movement.
Seats for the Quilting Class are limited to 12 due to Covid-19 restrictions and supplies. All children are required to wear masks and each child will have their own workstation.
RSVP is not
a confirmation of a seat in the class.
Dr. Harper will contact you once your inquiry has been recieved. You will either receive a registration packet or your child will be placed on a waiting list for other classess.
Students are required to participate in both classess.
Dates: Saturday, May 29, 2021 & Saturday June 5, 2021
Instructor: Ms. Andreana Coleman of
Location: 3015 E. Bessemer Ave. in the New Africa Business and Cultural Center
Sewing supplies and snacks will be provided by the program.
The quilting class is sponsored by a grant from Creative Greensboro & community partners listed below:
The Department of English at North Carolina A&T State University
Manny's Universal Cafe
French Connection of Pittsboro, NC
New Africa of Greensboro CDC
The Space of Grace Podcast
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