Toggle Index/Transcript View Switch.
Search this Index
00:00:03 - Interview introduction

Play segment

Partial Transcript: This is Karen Musgrave and I'm conducting a Quilters' SOS-Save Our Stories interview with Carolyn Mazloomi.

Segment Synopsis: Karen Musgrave introduces the interview and mentions that she is in Napierville, Illinois, and Carolyn is in West Chester, Ohio.

00:00:24 - Please tell me about your quilt 'He Stands on the Shoulders of Many'

Play segment

Segment Synopsis: Carolyn describes her quilt, inspired by the 1965 Selma to Montgomery civil rights march.

00:06:29 - About the exhibition "Quilts for Obama: An Exhibit Celebration of our 44th President" 00:10:18 - About Mazloomi's quilting style 00:12:29 - Tell me about your interest in quiltmaking 00:14:58 - Women of Color Quilters Network and the importance of quilt groups 00:17:43 - On curating shows and African-American quiltmaking 00:20:50 - Whose works are you drawn to and why? 00:24:52 - What criteria do you use for purchasing a quilt for your collection? 00:27:49 - A description of Carolyn's studio 00:30:18 - What do you think is the biggest challenge confronting quiltmakers today? 00:33:46 - Why are quilts and quiltmakers important to you? 00:40:15 - What does your family think of your quiltmaking and your involvement in quilts? 00:41:52 - "How do you want to be remembered?"