My Quilt Story: Susan Hudson

We met with Susan Hudson, a Navajo/Diné artist from Sheep Springs, NM.

An activist storyteller, we met with her at Quiltcon 2022 as she recounts history through her quilts, chronicling the hardships endured by her ancestors.  Her quilts honor her ancestors, their sacrifices and strengths, and remember their hardships. These tributes have won awards at the Navajo Nation Fair, Window Rock, AZ, the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonies, NM, the Museum of Man in San Diego, CA, and at the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, NM, among others.

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