The latest Artist’s Forum lecture at the Frist Center finds two fiber artists speaking to how thread and fabric can be the binding ties between people and their history, memory and place in the world. Bets Ramsey is a curator, educator, historian, writer and award-winning artist. She’s an icon of Tennessee quilting, and her art and writing have had a national impact on our cultural understanding of quilts. Patricia Davis-Scott’s quilts are cozy but contemporary, with colorful, repetitive geometric designs. Attend this lecture if you just can’t get enough of the Frist Center’s exhibition of Gee’s Bend quilts.