Jonathan Gregory

Jonathan Gregory

Jonathan Gregory portrait
Jonathan
Gregory
Assistant Curator of Exhibitions
Jonathan Gregory, assistant curator of exhibitions, guides development and production of exhibitions at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum staff in 2010. He earned his master’s degree in textile history with an emphasis in quilt studies from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2007 and his doctorate in human sciences with a specialization in Textiles, also from UNL, in 2015. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in human resources from Friends University, Wichita, Kansas. Gregory is co-editor of World Quilts: The American Story, and is a contributing author to various IQSCM publications including American Quilts in the Modern Age, 1870-1940 (University of Nebraska Press, 2009), What’s In A Name(2012), and Pojagi: Patchwork from Korea (2008). He has curated IQSCM exhibitions including Covering the War: American Quilts in Times of Conflict and The Engineer Who Could: Ernest Haight’s Half Century of Quiltmaking.