Virtual Iowa Quiltscape Series
Join us each Tuesday at Twelve for a live program from the Iowa Quilt Museum. Some weeks will focus on our current exhibit, String Theory, while other weeks will focus on various aspects of the quilting landscape (or Quiltscape) in Iowa.
Roderick is a collector, artist and consultant in the quilting field, and the author of several books including Unconventional and Unexpected: American Quilts Below the Radar 1950-2000.
Siobhan is an AQS certified quilt appraiser, teacher and lecturer.
To Join the Zoom meeting, click on the following link, or type the Meeting ID into Zoom:
Meeting ID: 943 9573 5155
We will use the SAME meeting link for ALL of our Virtual Iowa Quiltscape sessions – each Tuesday at Twelve. If you have questions about how to join the Zoom meeting, email or call us—director@IowaQuiltMuseum.org or 515-462-5988.
WINTER Hours at the IQM
Monday – Saturday • 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sundays • Noon – 4:00pm
The Iowa Quilt Museum IS open to visitors and we welcome you to come see this fantastic exhibit in person. With an open floor plan, great ventilation, contactless options for transactions and heightened cleaning procedures, we feel that the Iowa Quilt Museum is a relatively safe place to visit! We know that’s not the right choice for every person, though, so keep reading for opportunities to see more of the Iowa Quilt Museum, and String Theory, in a virtual setting.
“Stay Busy” Sale
IQM Gift Shop (online and in-person)
Last night a blizzard hit Iowa, and the museum isn’t even open today (Jan 15th). In honor of those who are homebound because of the storm (and all those who have been homebound for months because of COVID), we’re reducing some of our favorite items to help you STAY BUSY this winter. The sale will last through the end of January, but these items will keep you busy for the rest of the season!
Click on any of the photos to be re-directed to our online store.
Share the Iowa Quilt Museum with your friends!
Through the magic of technology, we can bring the Iowa Quilt Museum to your quilt guild, civic group, retirement community or any other interested group. We can share our pre-recorded presentation or even bring you a live program complete with Q&A if you so desire. If you know a program coordinator who is struggling to find material right now, encourage them to contact museum director Megan Barrett to inquire about dates and cost for a virtual program with the IQM!