‘Form, Not Function: Quilt Art At The Carnegie’

“Form, Not Function” is an annual exhibition for the Carnegie Center, and I’m glad even a pandemic couldn’t stop it. This is the 17th year for the show that features contemporary art quilts. The jurors selected 19 works from the 265 quilts submitted from artists across the nation. One textile artist from Louisville made the cut: MJ Kinman. “When people ask me what I do, I like to tell them I make the biggest diamonds in the world,” she said. “But instead of using the hardest substance on earth, I use the softest — cloth.”

Through Oct. 31

Carnegie Center for Art & History
Free
201 E. Spring St., New Albany
carnegiecenter.org

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