SMH: Quilt with a conscience: artists make COVID-19 statements in squares
Article by Helen Pitt
Sydney Morning Hearld
During Sydney’s lockdown in March, when the NAS campus closed, second-year students Rani Matthews and Anna Mould initiated a community craft project, called the Corona Quilt, inviting other students working in isolation to create their own quilt square on the theme of COVID-19 crisis.
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Image: A group of National School of Arts students, lecturers and alumni surround the Corona Quilt which they have all contributed to. Photo: Kate Geraghty