WA Inspired Exhibition

Explore this Western Australian inspired exhibition showcasing a modern take on patchwork and quilting.

View primary production wall-hanging quilts, quilts inspired by the WA terrain with themes of Sand, Salt and Strata and others focused on the Goldfields water pipeline. View the product of various heritage techniques include piecework, applique and hand quilting as well as more modern approaches. Works incorporate use of hand-dyed, rusted and other non-traditional quilt fabrics; rich hand embroidery; machine piecing and quilting.

Groups are invited to book a floor talk when they visit.

Event dates

Event Details

Mundaring Arts Centre, 7190 Great Eastern Hwy, Mundaring

Corner of Nichol St.


Tues-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat- Sun 11am-3pm

Entry fees:
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
limited parking onsite, plus street parking

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