AQIPP 2021 “Where in the World?

Judy Robinson Whitty, AQIPP Convenor


Australian Quilts In Public Places is an initiative of the Australian Quilters Association Inc. (AQA)

This exhibition aims to promote quilting as an art form by inviting quilters from all around Australia to exhibit original works demonstrating their interpretations of a given theme.

Since 1997, nine AQIPP exhibitions have been mounted by AQA, the five most recent being held at the Whitehorse Art Space, Box Hill.

The tenth AQIPP exhibition will be held over five weeks in November / December 2021, once again at Whitehorse Art Space. The theme of AQIPP 2021 will be “Where in the World?”.

AQIPP is a juried, judged and sponsored exhibition with awards generously donated by our sponsors.

In 2019, over 60 quilts were exhibited with 150 people attending the opening night and over 2000 visitors to the exhibition itself. Lots of quilts makes for a varied and exciting exhibition so we invite both new and past entrants to “have a go” and be part of it.



Where in the World?

11th November –18th December 2021

Whitehorse ArtSpace, Box Hill Town Hall, Melbourne

Quilters are invited to demonstrate their talents and originality interpreting the theme ‘Where in the World?’. AQIPP is a juried, judged and sponsored exhibition which is open to all quilters in Australia.

Sponsors: Brother International, Clair’s Fabrics, GJ’s Discount Fabrics, Hillside Quilting, Rhino Glass Beads,  Victorian Textiles.

The theme “Where in the World?“ can be interpreted in time, in space, in form and in meaning.



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