a reverend stands before white quilts adorned with pairs of red X's

If you’re in the vicinity of London and would like to see some of The 70273 Project quilts, you must find your way to St. John’s Notting Hill before 10 May 2018. When I first heard from The Rev’d Canon William Taylor, he wrote: “I have been very moved by the exhibition and am working with the Serbian Orthodox Church on the genocide of the Second World War. I would like to offer to hose the exhibition in London after it comes down at Rochester. Would that be possible?”Thanks to the efforts and assistance of Lucy Horner, it was not only possible, this exhibit happened.

3 empty walls waiting for quilts to be hung

the inside of a cathedral

two large banners, each bearing 2 red X's and from the ceiling of a cathedral

a wall covered with quilts with a white base, each filled with pairs of red X's

inside a cathedral

inside a cathedral

inside a cathedral

The quilts come down on 10 May 2018, so go on now, scoot. Thank you, William, for displaying the quilts and giving others an opportunity to experience them, and thank you, Lucy Horner, for all the time and energy you continue to devote to The 70273 Project.

Would you like to host an exhibit? Let me know.


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