Whether you are . . .
Artists and Art Students interested in Artist Talks and Visits
Quilt Guilds and Quilt Shows interested in Workshops, Trunk Shows, and Banquet Presentations
College or University Disability Services Offices interested in Block Drives and Presentations to Classes, Organizations, or Conferences
Conference Organizers interested in Keynotes and Breakout Sessions
Museums and Curators interested in exhibiting quilts of The 70273 Project and having Jeanne there to do Gallery Talks
Leaders of a Group or Organization looking for something meaningful and lasting to do,
Founder Jeanne Hewell-Chambers and The 70273 Project is just the ticket.
The 70273 Project is an international textile art project encompassing art, history, quilts and quilting, leadership, creativity, social justice, disabilities, civic engagement, and more. Project Founder Jeanne Hewell-Chambers who holds a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Masters Degree in Transformative Language Arts, draws on her fields of studies as well as her life experience backgrounds as Textile Artist, Special Ed Teacher, Workshop Facilitator, Professional Storyteller, Writer, sister-in-law to Nancy who has severe intellectual disabilities, and lifelong Caregiver to share not just the quilts, but the layered stories of the quilts. Audiences find her engaging, energetic, and entertaining storytelling style heartwarming, inspiring, and thought-provoking.
Peruse the offerings – presentations, workshops, block drives – and when you’re ready, reach out and let’s put it on the calendar and make it happen.
Have something else in mind or need multiple days? Reach out and let’s work it out.