Current and Future Exhibitions

Here is a list of exhibitions where my work is currently appearing, or will be on display in the near future.


(in)finite: spiritual conversations in cloth
May 25 to June 4, 2017 – Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, BC
Opening reception: Saturday, May 27 from 5 to 7 pm

This exhibition features thirty Canadian textile artists and their explorations into the realm of the sacred. The works span an array of traditional and innovative textile media. Presented are new perspectives on centuries-old religious vestments, liturgical items and ritual practices, and radical reinterpretations of sacred space and private meditation. The work of these artists offers significant insight into the important role cloth plays in the Canadian contemporary spiritual landscape.

Terry Aske – ‘Andromeda’ (detail)


Contemporary Canadian Art Quilts from fine craft to fine art
a multimedia art quilt show curated by Joan Hug-Valeriote
April 8 to May 26, 2017 – Berlin Tower Artspace, 200 King St. W. Kitchener, ON
Closing reception:  Friday, May 26 from 5 to 7 pm

This multimedia exhibit includes images of over 100 contemporary quilts made by artists from across the country, compiled in a dynamic video collage displayed on a 5 foot square array of 20 screens, as well as a selection of actual quilts on display in the gallery.

Click here to see a 2-minute trailer for the video collage.

This exhibit is part of the 2017 Quilt and Fibre Art Festival, Waterloo Region and Beyond.


Quilt Canada 2017 National Juried Show
June 14 – 17, 2017 – The International Centre, Toronto, ON


The Grand National 2017
May 7 – September 3, 2017 – Joseph Schneider Haus, Kirchener, ON


A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network
Opened in October 2016 at La Conner Quilt and Textile Museum, La Conner, WA
This exhibit will travel to various venues for two years – see dates and locations here.

For Ekphrastic, FAN invited twelve well known Canadian poets to contribute a poem of their choosing. Each of the twelve poems was interpreted by four FAN members in a wide range of styles. My entry is titled The Edge of the Pond.  You can read about how I made it here.


‘The Edge of the Pond’ by Terry Aske


‘My Corner of the World’
Work by members of SAQA, Studio Art Quilt Associates
May 21 – October 20, 2016 – Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford ON Canada
November 1, 2016 – January 29, 2017 – Thunder Bay Museum, Thunder Bay ON Canada


‘Inside the Tipi’ by Terry Aske

‘Fly Me to the Moon’
A collection of 179 art quilts celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon walk.  This project was conceived and organized by Susanne Jones.  Each quilt is 18 by 30 inches.  The collection will travel for the next four years (2016 to 2010) to a variety of venues.  Click here to see all the quilts.   Click here to see a list of venues.

Click here to see how I made my quilt ‘Bad Moon Rising’.

‘Bad Moon Rising’ by Terry Aske

‘On the Wind Travelling Exhibit’
A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network
The exhibition opened at Quilt Canada 2015 in Lethbridge AB.
Next booking: August 12 – 13, 2016
Carberry Heritage Festival, Old Town Hall in Carberry MB

‘On the Wind Travelling Exhibit’ is an interpretation of the theme ‘On the Wind’ using a wide range of artistic styles and techniques.    All entries are 18 x 36 inches or 36 x 18 inches.  My entry is titled Catching the Wind.


‘Catching the Wind’ by Terry Aske


A traveling exhibit by members of the Fibre Art Network
Opened January 2015, New Zealand Quilt Symposium in Palmerston North, NZ
Will be on display at Quilt Canada, June 15-18, Toronto ON

Participants were asked to explore, in fibre, their sense of place in Canada, considering its history, environment, the people, culture and its uniqueness.  My entry Air of Elegance, features the Lions Gate Bridge has been an iconic landmark of Vancouver BC since 1938.   For information about how I made this quilt, click here.


Terry Aske - FAN Canadian exhibit at Centennial Museum





‘Common Threads Indigo Quilts Project’
Permanent installation, Parish Hall of Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver BC
26 quilts and one art panel, created by 118 people who gave over 4500 hours of their time

Terry Aske, quilt for Common Threads Indigo project

Terry Aske, quilt for Common Threads Indigo project

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