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New SAQA book: Art Quilts Unfolding - now available for pre-order!
Art Quilts Unfolding: 50 years of Innovation is now available for pre-order in the SAQA Store. This SAQA publication offers full-color images of 400 masterpieces along with engaging interviews and profiles of 58 influential artists, key leaders, important events, and significant collections.
2017 Trunk Show - schedule a viewing today!
SAQA’s traveling trunk shows are designed to showcase SAQA’s diversity of talent and allows audiences to engage with the quilts in an up-close and personal way. Eight different trunks (with over 450 pieces in total) are now traveling to locations around the globe. Schedule a viewing at your venue today!
Meet Your Representatives
Learn more about our Regional Representatives! This month we are featuring Anne Severn (Colorado/Utah/Wyoming) and Jaye Dodds (Texas)
2019 Conference - Call for Presenters
The Special Events Committee is seeking presentation proposals for the SAQA "Innovative Threads" Conference in San Jose, California April 25-28, 2019. We are looking for compelling proposals on topics of interest to our membership, including but not limited to innovative trends in textile art, the business of art, social media marketing, principles of design and composition, understanding the jury process, getting work into exhibits or galleries, critique/criticism, working smart, legal issues, and public speaking.