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- Art Quilt Quarterly - Issue 13 now availableWe are excited to announce the arrival of Issue #13 of Art Quilt Quarterly - a quarterly publication 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!
New Webinar -Solo Exhibitions: Tips & InsightsBrenda Gael Smith shares her experience in putting together solo exhibitions including asking Why? What? Where? and How? She’ll also share insights from other SAQA members and talk about scheduling, checklists, planning, marketing, and communications. This information is instructive and inspiring for any art quilter whether sharing artwork at a local library or a big city gallery.
- New SAQA book: Art Quilts Unfolding - now in stock! Art Quilts Unfolding: 50 years of Innovation is now 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.
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.