Special Exhibit Guidelinesadmin2021-04-12T17:21:42-04:00
In the following guidelines, a “panel” generally refers to one side of a standard hanging frame – typically 8 feet by 8 feet. However, in Special Exhibits where the hanging is non-standard, the term panel will be interpreted as follows:
– Individual pieces that are three dimensional – each piece is considered a panel – Quilt that are hung on a special frame or stand – each frame or stand is considered a panel – Several quilt pieces hung on one structure/frame – each side of the structure/frame is considered a panel
The Quilt Show Committee reserves the right to make a determination of what constitutes a panel for Exhibits that are displayed using non-standard frames.
Guild Sponsored Exhibits
Guild Challenge – Display of quilts from the annual guild challenge. There are no charges associated with this Exhibit. The quilts are not included in judging, but can be entered individually and judged the following year.
SIG Challenge or Exhibit – Any guild sponsored special interest group can request space to display a group Challenge or Exhibit. Each re