Calling All Quilters
4th Annual Quilt Show  
Receiving quilts: Oct. 5 & 6
Exhibit Dates: Oct. 12-13, 19-20

Murray Arts Council will hold its 4th Annual Quilt Exhibit on October 12, 13, 19, and 20th.  We invite you to exhibit locally made quilts (bed size, art quilts, wall hangings, or miniatures), quilted clothing & other quilted items at the MAC facility at 120 N. Third Avenue in Chatsworth, GA.

REGISTRATION: There is no fee to exhibit quilts, and we welcome quilters of all abilities - beginners to advanced. To exhibit, please complete a Quilt Show Artist Contract form AND inventory sheet and send to MAC via email:

We will also accept registration forms during the quilt drop-off.

QUILT DROP OFF: You may drop items to exhibit during the following dates:
Saturday Oct. 5th from 10am - 12pm
Sunday Oct. 6th from 2pm-4pm.

You may Google our address (120 N. Third Avenue, Chatsworth, GA 30705) for directions. In short, we are located on Hwy 411 (also known as Third Avenue) right across from the Murray County Courthouse.

EXHIBIT SHOW TIMES: The quilts will be on exhibit during the following dates and times.
Saturday, Oct. 12th from 10am - 4pm
Sunday, Oct. 13th from 1pm - 4pm
Saturday, Oct. 19th from 10am - 4pm
Sunday, Oct. 20th from 1pm - 4pm

If you would like to offer an exhibited item for sale, we will note this on the identification tag displayed with your quilt(s). Please indicate on your registration form if we have your permission to use pins to attach a tag to your quilt. Murray Arts Council will handle sales for a 30% commission, so price your pieces accordingly.

PICK-UP Dates: Quilts will be available for pick-up at the following dates and times:
Sunday, Oct. 20th from 5pm - 7pm
Monday, Oct. 21st from 5pm - 7pm

For additional information, email Debbie Davenport at or MAC at
Organizer for the quilt show is Chatsworth native, avid sewer and quilter, Debbie Davenport. She will be showing some of her own quilts, as well as her collection of antique sewing machines and paraphernalia. "We will have all levels and types of quilting in this show," said Davenport. "We want to show that anyone can quilt. You don't have to be an expert to create something meaningful. Of course, we have some expert quilters showing in this exhibit, but quilts are more about the emotion put into them and the thoughts and feelings they evoke than perfect craftsmanship. If this show inspires just one person to start quilting, then we will consider that a huge success!"
For additional information, email MAC at, or visit MAC's webpage at www.murray-arts.comType your paragraph here.