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America’s storyteller – documentary filmmaker Ken Burns – has collected handmade quilts since the 1970s. On loan from his private collection, “Uncovered: The Ken Burns Collection” showcases 26 historic American quilts, dating from the 1850s to the 1940s. This exhibit of delicate artifacts not only tells stories from our history but shares the spirit of people who lived it.

Ainsley Anderson, an eighth grade U.S. history educator at Dodgeville Middle School, has earned the PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification, recognizing PreK-12 educators who demonstrate an ability to help learners think critically about media consumption and creation.

Cindy Bailey, a library media specialist at Laconia High School, has earned the PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification, recognizing PreK-12 educators who demonstrate an ability to help learners think critically about media consumption and creation.

Van Buren Elementary School educators Melissa Ruff, an innovation specialist, and Tiffany Redieske, a grade 2 teacher, have earned the PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification, recognizing PreK-12 educators who demonstrate an ability to help learners think critically about media consumption and creation.

For the first time in three years, The Great Wisconsin Quilt Show will return to the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin as an in-person event, welcoming quilters from across Wisconsin and throughout the United States to join together and share their love for quilting.

Media Contacts

Michael Harryman

Michael Harryman

Director of Marketing, Communications, and Community Engagement

michael.harryman @ pbswisconsin.org

(608) 265-3855

Erik Ernst

Erik Ernst

Promotion/Marketing Manager

erik.ernst @ pbswisconsin.org

(608) 265-3853

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