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Call for Entry - Opposites Attract (deadline August 31)
Opposing forces shape our reality in ways which are both readily apparent as well as hidden. Artwork included in this exhibit will explore contradicting, clashing, conflicting or incompatible forces, such as the irresistible force versus the immovable object, night versus day, and other “opposites.” Deadline for entry: August 31
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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!
Live Chat with Lisa Walton - online series
SAQA President Lisa Walton is hosting informal online chats with a variety of special guests. We welcome SAQA members to join in on the conversation! The next Live Chat with Lisa will be on July 25th and we will be talking about Social Media!
Webinar -Solo Exhibitions: Tips & Insights
Brenda 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.