Ceramic Break Sculpture Park

Travelling Quilting Challenge

Ceramic Break Sculpture Park and the Warialda Rotary Inaugural Travelling Quilters Competition

"2018 Chinese New Year of The.....
Or Whatever Else Takes Your Fancy!"

Grand Prize: - Janome MC6600P quilters sewing machine valued at over $1800.00
2nd Prize:- $100.00 gift card
Viewers Choice:- $50.00 gift card

Exhibition Dates and Locations:

12th June - 16th June 2018 - Fuller Gallery and Clay Pan, Barraba, NSW
18th June - 30th June 2018 - Inverell Public Library, Inverell, NSW
6th July - 15 July 2018 - Bank Art Museum, Moree
16th July - 30 July 2018 - Moree Public Library, Moree
4th August - 12th August 2018 - Roxy Theatre, Bingara, NSW
15th August - 25th August 2018 - Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, Stanthorpe, QLD
30th August - 9th September 2018 - Ceramic Break Sculpture Park, Warialda Rail, NSW
12th September - 4th October 2018 - Ray Walsh House, Tamworth, NSW

Dates to Remember:
1st September 2018 - All prize winners will be announced at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park during the September Exhibition Opening Speeches.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us via email on kerry@cbreaksculpturepark.com.au or phone on 02 6729 4147 Thurs - Sun 10am - 5 pm, or mobile on 0417 703 279 during business hours.

Updates from the road

The start of the new financial year takes the travelling quilt show to the next stage of their travels, Moree. So far they have enjoyed a week at Barraba at Fuller Gallery and Claypan and 2 weeks at the Inverell Public Library. In Moree you will have over 3 weeks to view the show. Starting at Bank Art Museum, Moree on Friday 6th July to Sunday, July 15th it will then move across to Moree Public Library form the 16th to 30th July. The penultimate travel is to Ceramic Break Sculpture Park where they can be viewed at the September opening and the winner will be announced! Your last chance to see the quilts will be at Ray Walsh House, Tamwork from September 12th through to October 4th.

22nd July

After an exciting week in Barraba (and the locals yelled stay longer!) and two weeks in Inverell, the Amazing Travelling Quilt Show has reached Moree. Hung on the beautiful black walls of BAMM it was viewed by hundreds of Art lovers before relocating to the more esoteric delights of the Moree Community Library where it remains until July 31st.

Then onward, to The Roxy at Bingara, then onward, to the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery; then onward to Ceramic Break Sculpture Park and the announcement of the winners of the competition on September 1st.

And finally, Tamworth!

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