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Call for Entry - Ebb & Flow (Deadline January 31)
Many things in life and history demonstrate a recurring pattern of cycles and change, of growth and decline. From movements in history to the phases of our lives, the seasons, the position of the stars and planets, conversations, even the progression of a piece of music or literature, artists are invited to explore Ebb and Flow in a two-dimensional artwork. Deadline for entry: January 31
Connecting our Natural Worlds videos now available
This virtual tour of the Connecting our Natural Worlds exhibition at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum showcases the details, stitchwork, and textures contained in these beautiful works of art. Participating artists also explain the stories behind their work, and the processes and techniques used to create it.
Art Quilt Quarterly - Subscribe today
Have you checked out Art Quilt Quarterly yet? This quarterly publication is designed to appeal to collectors and admirers of art quilts everywhere. Each issue includes articles on notable collections and collectors, conservation, artists to watch, SAQA traveling exhibitions and much more. Subscribe or renew today!
Special Interest Groups - Join one today!
Want to connect with other SAQA members? Learn more about about a particular topic?
SAQA offers a series of online discussion groups called Special Interest Groups (SIGs). These meetings take place "virtually" using Zoom video conferencing technology. It's a fun way to meet other SAQA members and discuss art-related topics.