>"American Appliqué Quilt" sponsored by Kokusai Art, toured 4 cities in Japan in 1998. Three Quilters Hall of Fame Honorees, Marie Webster, Rose Kretsinger and Carrie Hall, were the featured quiltmakers.
>"Marie Webster Quilts: A Retrospective." Indianapolis Museum of Art, Columbus (Indiana) gallery. May- Sept. 2000. Curated by Niloo Paydar, this exhibit premiered at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1991 and then traveled to the American Museum of Quilts & Textiles, San Jose, CA (1992), The Great American Quilt Festival of the Museum of American Folk Art in New York City (1993) and the Spencer Museum of Art in Lawrence, KS (1994).
>Marie's Poppy quilt was included in the New York City exhibit of "Women Designers of the 20th Century" at the Bard Graduate School of Design, Nov. 2000 to February 2001. It is also illustrated in the comprehensive catalog of the exhibit.
>The Indiana Historical Society's exhibit titled "A Working Life" featured Marie Webster and two other Indiana artists. It was held from May 12, 2001, to September 15, 2002, at the Society's spacious new headquarters in downtown Indianapolis. The exhibit also featured Portia Howe Sperry, who established the Brown County Folks Shop, created the pioneer doll "Abigail" and co-authored a companion book of Abigail's adventures, and Harry Wood, an Indianapolis educator who was Influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, and became a skilled craftsman in furniture, jewelry, paintings and printed textiles.
>"Enterprising Women," a ground-breaking traveling exhibit showcasing 50 outstanding American businesswomen, has been seen in Lexington, Mass. (National Heritage Museum), New York City (New York Historical Society), Washington, DC (National Museum of Women in the Arts), the Atlanta History Center, and the Los Angeles Public Library. Its last venue is Detroit, Michigan, at the Detroit Historical Society, until January 9, 2005. A different Marie Webster quilt is exhibited at each location!