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Maximize your SAQA MembershipLearn about all the different benefits available to you as a SAQA member!Featured News View All News | View Calendar
- New SAQA Webinar - Critique Series with Arturo Alonzo Sandoval In this 3-part video series, Arturo provides three different artists with helpful insight about their artwork. Participants included Bobbe Shapiro Nolan, Jean Sredl, Donna J Stalaboin.
Live Chat with Lisa Walton - new online series SAQA President Lisa Walton will be hosting informal online chats with a variety of special guests. We welcome members to join in on the conversation!
Our first Live Chat with Lisa will take place on March 21st at 5pm EDT (GMT -5) and Lisa’s guest is Heather Pregger, chair of SAQA’s Exhibition Committee.
2019 SAQA Benefit Auction - Now accepting donationsBe 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 Members - Join our Facebook group! Want to connect with other SAQA members? Then join SAQA's members-only Facebook group, a place to reach out to old friends and discover new ones! Let's talk about art, our creative journeys and what inspires us.
- 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!