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Chawne Kimber, professor of mathematics, is a celebrated textile artist who exhibits quilts and embroidery in museums, galleries, and festivals all over the United States.​ Last week she gave a talk, “When the Cotton is High: Social Justice and Textiles​,” at 248 North Third Street in conjunction with an exhibition of her quilts in the Grossman Gallery at Williams Visual Arts Building.


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