SAQA Exhibitions

SAQA is dedicated to bringing thought-provoking, cutting-edge artwork to venues across the globe. Our members continue to challenge the boundaries of art and change perceptions about contemporary fiber art. Artwork by our members has been enjoyed by millions of people at art museums, galleries, quilt shows, and regional locations - over 250 venues on 6 continents.

Featured Exhibitions
Current Exhibitions
Gastronomy (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Microscape (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Primal Forces: Wind (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Art Evolved: Intertwined (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Aviary (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Color in Context: Red (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Connections (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Fierce Planets (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Fur, Fangs, Feathers & Fins (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Haven (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Light the World (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Minimalism (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Primal Forces: Earth (SAQA Global Exhibition)
StitchPunk (SAQA Global Exhibition)
sustainABILITY (SAQA Global Exhibition)
Current Schedule
There is a continuum where beauty and function blend and diverge in the hands of the contemporary artist. Even when traditional materials such as thread, fabric, wood, reed, and paper are used, these artists combine skill, imagination, and vision to...
Gastronomy is the study of the relationship between food and culture, featuring not only the bountiful gifts from nature, but a gift from the human hand. The art of preparing unique, delicate food is a tradition passed from generation to...
Without light there is no vision. Light is our primary tool for perceiving and understanding the world around us. Light allows us to appreciate the world through shape and form and evokes emotions. Common qualities of light are intensity, quality...
Our known world stretches far beyond what we can see with the unaided eye. Microscopes, magnifying glasses, and virtual imaging techniques reveal a world of great beauty and complexity.
Wind is the second in a three-part series of Primal Forces exhibitions (Earth, Wind, Fire) premiering at the National Quilt Museum. Wind is the movement of air; you cannot see it or hold it in your hand, but it provides...
All life on this planet depends on earth. However, the soil beneath our feet that nurtures us can be a destructive force. Seismic activity and mudslides have shaped the landscape for millions of years, taking a toll on living beings as well.

SAQA has provided our museum with artistically and intellectually superior exhibitions. The hallmark of the shows is the engaging themes and artistic strength of each individual piece.  - Craig Ivany, Executive Director, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

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