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Share Your American Perspective
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You can enjoy this online look at the wonderfully idiosyncratic collection of works by folk and self-taught artists in this charming and enlightening exhibit. Unique American voices and visions abound among the 70 works on display in American Perspectives: Stories from the American Folk Art Museum Collection. You can read the inside story on each work at this (pretty large) file here.
And what’s more, you can share your story with the Museum here: one anecdote about yourself, your life or your communities. Please keep it to 250 words or less and record your thoughts here at would it be? Record your thoughts here and submit for a chance to share your contribution.
Photo: (Detail) Freedom Quilt; Jessie B. Telfair (1913–1986); Parrott, Georgia; 1983; Cotton, with pencil; 74 x 68 in.; Collection American Folk Art Museum, Gift of Judith Alexander in loving memory of her sister, Rebecca Alexander, 2004.9.1. Photo by Gavin Ashworth.