Quilt Symposium '77: "Fine Art--Folk Art" at Lincoln, Nebraska


From Uncoverings 2003, Volume 24 of the Research Papers of the American Quilt Study Group


By: Ducey, Carolyn; Ducey, Mary Ellen

Carolyn Ducey, a native Nebraskan with a M.A. in art history from Indiana Uni­versity, is curator of the International Quilt Study Center at the University of Ne­braska-Lincoln where she is also working on her Ph.D. in textile history. She has organized numerous exhibitions for IQSC. She co-authored Masterpiece Quilts from the James Collection (1998) and contributed to A Flowering of Quilts (2001) and Wild by Design: Two Hundred Years of Innovation and Artistry in American Quilts (2003).

Mary Ellen Ducey serves as University Archivist/Special Collections Librarian at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries. She obtained a masters of library science from Indiana University in Bloomington and a masters in history from the University of South Dakota. Mary Ellen also teaches archival management courses for the Museum Studies graduate program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.