Marion Boulton Stroud

Marion Boulton Stroud

The Board of Trustees and staff of The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) mourn the loss of their beloved founder and director Marion (Kippy) Boulton Stroud. One of the art world’s true visionaries, Kippy founded FWM in 1977 to encourage leading artists to experiment with fabric and ultimately a wide range of materials and methods and to share their creative process with the public. Through her leadership, FWM has developed into an internationally renowned contemporary art museum, distinguished by one of the most innovative artist-in-residence programs in the United States and an acclaimed education and apprenticeship program. For more than four decades, Kippy was a curator, author, editor, educator, administrator and force for positive social change, all at the same time and always at the highest level of achievement. The Board and staff of FWM are making plans not only to maintain her legacy but to advance it, as we know she wished.

FWM requests that all inquiries from the media be directed to:
Stephanie Alison Greene, Head of Exhibitions and Publications
215.561.8888 x233
[email protected]

In lieu of flowers and notes, individuals may make a donation to The Fabric Workshop and Museum in memory of Marion Boulton Stroud. Information on how to support FWM can be found here.