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Artists selected for 3D Expression
Congratulations to the 42 artists selected by juror Bruce Hoffman for the SAQA Global Exhibition 3D Expression. This exhibition will open at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in September 2019.
New SAQA book: Art Quilts Unfolding - now in stock!
Art Quilts Unfolding: 50 years of Innovation is available 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.
2019 SAQA Benefit Auction - Now accepting donations
Be part of SAQA’s most-anticipated fund-raising event! Donate a 12 x 12-inch art quilt to our 2019 Benefit Auction to support our exhibition and outreach programs. This year's auction will take place online from September 13 through October 6. Final Deadline: June 1, 2019
SAQA Mentorship Program
SAQA mentorship offers a goal or project-based program of peer mentoring, open to all SAQA members seeking one-on-one mentorship for a period lasting up to twelve months. The primary Mentorship Program is for artists beginning an art practice and also for experienced artists that want to explore growth opportunities with another experienced artist. Mentors can provide a wide array of options to consider and offer constructive critique. Find out more!