Yes, you do need to be registered for Christchurch Symposium 2017 to submit an entry for the exhibition. Exceptions are:
Can I submit more than one quilt in a category?
Yes. You can submit as many entries as you want and can submit more than one entry in a category.
Can I submit more than one entry on an entry form?
No. We require a separate form and payment for each entry.
If I only teach classes at my local club or guild, am I required to enter as a professional?
No. There is no differentiation being made between professional and amateur quilters in this exhibition.
Will my entry be automatically accepted for the exhibition?
Do I need to put a hanging sleeve as well as Velcro on the back of my quilt?
For the World War 1 – Postcards from the Front category, is it necessary for my entry to be two-sided?
No. The entry should be only one sided. The other side must have a Velcro strip for mounting purposes. No hanging sleeve is required.
What size restrictions are there on the entries, does the size include the bindings?
Can I enter a quilt made from a traditional block?
Yes. The block must be named on the entry form.
Can I pay someone to quilt my entry?
Yes but all quilts made by more than one person are eligible only for the “Power of 2” award.
Can I offer my accepted entry for sale?
Yes. Any entry accepted as part of the exhibition can be for sale. Please specify this on your entry form. Christchurch Symposium 2017 will take a 10% commission on any work sold at the Exhibition.
CLICK HERE to see the Categories
CLICK HERE to see Conditions of Entry
CLICK HERE to see How to enter your Quilt - WW1 Postcards from the Front
CLICK HERE to see How to enter your Quilt - All other categories
Pictures courtesy of Quilt Symposium Manawatu 2015 & Kathleen Burford.