EVENT INFO

 

October 31-November 3, 2019

Preview Night October 30

Classes & events begin October 28

 

LOCATION

George R. Brown Convention Center

1001 Avenida de las Americas

Houston, Texas 77010

 

HOURS

Oct. 31, Nov. 1, Nov. 2—10 am-7 pm

Nov. 3 – 10 am-4 pm

Oct. 30 (Preview Night) 5-9 pm (for class enrollees and IQA members), and 7-9 pm (for the general public)

 

ADMISSION

$15 general adult daily admission

$12 seniors 65+/students/
military with I.D.

$50 full show pass

 

Children 10 and under free
with paying adult.

 

For tour groups 25+,
contact Quilts, Inc. office.

 

CONTACT

 

MAIL

International Quilt Festival/Houston

7660 Woodway, Ste. 550

Houston, TX 77063

 

MEDIA ONLY

Bob Ruggiero

Vice President of Communications

713-781-6864, ext: 116

 

Rhianna Griffin

Director of New Media

 

 

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Aquaman: King of Atlantis by Katalin Horvath. From the exhibit “Quilted Comics & Sci-Fi.” Sponsored by Gypsy Wood Leathers.

Mediterranean Rose by Susan Arnold. From the exhibit “In the American Tradition.”

Colmar’s Flowers by Wendy Tomes. From the exhibit “In Full Bloom.”

Girls Just Wanna Have Funds by Kim Ritter and Kay Hendricks. From the exhibit “Women of the West.” Sponsored by Quilter’s Rule.

Kilauea by Helena Scheffer. From the exhibit “A Celebration of Color.” Sponsored by Aurifil.

My Long Trip to Baltimore by Becky Cohen and quilted by Julie Wells. From the exhibit “Family History in a Baltimore Album.”

Bornean Orangutan by Laura Gilmartin. From the exhibit “Inspired by Endangered Species.” Sponsored by eQuilter.com

Leaf Berry by Patricia Belyea. From the exhibit “Aurifilosophy—Education for the Love of Thread.” Sponsored by Aurifil.

Lite Brite by Maria Shell. From the exhibit “Rising Stars.”

Swim Team by Betty Busby. From the exhibit “A Celebration of Color.” Sponsored by Aurifil.

Polychromatic Predilection by Judy Coates Perez. From the exhibit “In Full Bloom.”

Black Rhino by Vanessa McCallum. From the exhibit “Inspired by Endangered Species.” Sponsored by eQuilter.com

Insalata by Sarah Ann Smith. From the exhibit “Hands All Around.”

It’s OK to Have a Tree as a Friend by Bonnie Barbera. From the exhibit “The Bob Ross Cherrywood Challenge."

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