Susie Monday – Quilt National ’23 Teaching Artist

Susie Monday is an artist and teacher who works from her studio near downtown San Antonio. Her large textile collage stitched art evokes the culture, stories and landscapes of the Texas Borderlands — and the inner creative life of the artist. Working in mixed media on fabric, Susie dyes, screen prints and/or digitally designs almost all of the fabrics she uses. 

A graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, Susie has also taught art, creative process and design process to children, teachers, artists and writers across the country, both in person and online. She has designed exhibits and programs and served as a consultant to numerous museums, art institutions, school districts and corporations, notably the the Museum of Modern Art, The Smithsonian Institution, Children’s Museum of San Antonio, Neiman Marcus, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. She is coauthor of The Missing Alphabet, The Parents’ Guide to Developing Creative Thinking in Kids.  

Her textile art is in local, national and international private and public collections including UTHealth Women’s and Children’s Hospital (under construction), San Antonio Public Library and Witte Museum. Her art has also been featured in many exhibits, including SAQA global exhibitions, Quilt National 23, Schweinfurth Art Center, Sacred Threads, Carnegie Center for Art and History and many more. For more about Susie and her courses, exhibitions and art, see

Twitter: @susiemonday

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